The news
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Title: The news
Uniform Title: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: 14 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 52-62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: D.W. Whitehurst
Place of Publication: Saint Augustine E.F. i.e. Fla.
Creation Date: April 15, 1848
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Florida statesman
Succeeded by: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1852)

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,17reUgio" notirts will be iiuened gatui.a4mstbC dants, I .shall offer- P! 9lL .for.the service,of ,.:" flOthOWeTerinvarii,4a
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comtnuniettioris will day ftfaynext; ;. ? fe r ending the thiriieth'of"Jun. :- .a t. anc. "t Arqitntly! ;th ) e7p.l'hJa
'fJ.1t personal sale before the dred and forty-eight33 -I &nea.to WJlp ilV.'t.
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persoMt :2I1oDitU6 ?
d II.d rek'Usf'menta. the matt thJiMendte; .and House iit1 itYoDA. y !
,mutt be lh county ; rk.orJhIl'Cm. "" '
"iT for Job Printing paid on liiit' :
Allbtll 01 the*work. tracts of lands, or -- tflthei; United,States':of r ce,stores, !j o ru: f. alt,hI' r.n.--r-:1tr.-"trr_ J1..81PJJ1g.JJ3
.r li Ip 1trcOm"l1 lir.a'-r most be dreKed_ 'to sufficient to satisfy : 41semlJ tl That J the;fo i doUarsT i dir 0 b attachedi.to ,th igD tw t.

tlLtUT & fltLAD.p'estage J"'IIf4t wit: AU that and; the same are ,- .' ,. dred acres of land deficiencies in the appropriations .\ :; of the thcswho 44
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s 11.8 D. 8lenmaPockel- ubdmdwTtract,.of ( ceofthe fiscal year ending ,:,1. ,rws .w wOSa mall! cou 4 wntft. or. eTeu- 4LW6' '
.i wrkI7 .e by the"Spanbh"G eighteen hundred and forty..cih, one hun i ftisledgew :nSid t
cisco Roman -t ,.(T {' "uiytiYe:'tbat he ,
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S DUwua cession aa being, t ':pay.oone additional, clerk)m hun' -..- ,;J or ,deJ'Jr, waa', .,SYP9DJQnWi&h1peI .
;.ward.pf.the Filth Auditor,rendered necessary; lDalP an a. Wle tt,laity- or l\t'. .
jNNUc { & PAr..A 'r'FLA.; audl9unded"'on' .... ; e,ofJigithous bu e t;' htodred* ***and*. er dth eIJi, peop ii,( t. N; ; :

.r ._ '. BY THE WAT OF River, and on"'the, dollars per annum,from:.the first' fii :3t 's use 91 lettereThe cuicient'uae. fthe, II Pi
bAlUEN> BRUNSWICK, ST. MARY& Gko$ and:since surveyed ; and .forty.sove%to : t fire hun- ,therefore,uiunraal,,.l a'' : hoeauN
C7JACKSONVILLE, BLACK uCREEK. AND ,Unted.3tfites, and, ) 'Jima,. eighteen'hundred and. 'as,'jsif"- ,aJid those whO. 1 d.JlOt..rito.it was, i:
.i WOOL ATA, FLORIDA.ott sejen, south, range eight hundred and sixty-five:llo i ; : ; ;t \I the'sjnibol of fr oatht'.from' itTholj alSJS t'1W
connection with the Charleston Daily Mailfeaain.paclctts on the plat of said four cents., ,; : the tions :and.? eneral]>J3 the"'oarkr !Un'thla S 3'

at Savannah,the steamer SARAH cis R.Sanchez extra clerk-hire for the dollars count.-the.ingeniousJeditor of i'-Thi t-Pl_oriii 4r1.

LDING, from Palatka to Lake Monroe the of fifteen hundred business in the office ot the .,-f.- esexplafrsaiethqmarkl? the expression,of 'GoA
U'.Jfcil Stages, from Picolata to St. .Augusta er tract of land c the Navyoccasioned: by the ,twen '', u aVjform,V fjaculaUon
and from Black Creek, via Newnansville ceded by the thousand dollars. -* 'proaching1t& thS character ofan: " Sator, Mineral Springs and Columbus, to. Jose Simeon salary ,of the.judge of the of Rep se'.oecun,three or more times in'tKefriari
Tillaliassee.OCAMULGEE. cession as being of Florida, per act twenty third of fihakspeare,bus'hitherto it had beta leAby

;: Capt P. McNstxy. and bounded, on. ; hundred and forty seven, thousand the commentators in its original Obseuri&i.TMt 4' '
ST.MATTHEWS, '< N..KIN'. Francisco,.Roman eighteen hundred and forty . :"Me GASTON, -S J. HEBBAJl aides by said River June, eight hundred and forty : : : paid,put of < IwkReVQlVtiOflThe walozi
These packetsleave Savannah every TUESDAY surveyed .under.. '.thousand dollars.per annum,.- Union in.the course'of*' brief reference to the

Iud SATURDAY MORNING, at 10 o'clock and arrive States, and lies in. six hundred and sixty one ; : the sum ble news from France,thus.foreshadows 'JIto-1aIr .

at Picolata in time for the Mail Stages to go south, range lye cents. be, and:the "These policy of, pur, government' : /T. .t. Zt'i !
through to St. Augustine before night every and,known. upon salaries of the districtkattorney -: may be the'commenwnienWi t'fJ
Thursday and Monday the claim or.Jo of the.southern districtf': ending the long and bloody struggle between'the people of rf1

Retvreiag) leave Palatka every TCFSAY and which said lands Hot, from third March, eighteen i forti- more than one of.the European kingdom*a&d

FRIDAY MORNING, at 7 otalock touching as above Alachua : ; forty .seven,, to' thirtieth,"June,:. ''AifIctiO thejr governments. In such an,event., OBJ-.own
each "IY.They andforty! eight, at two ,hun : service of country j":whie-ntuiaiui! and course inclined

are all low pressure boats in complete 1ew a1Svil e, eacb per. .annum 'five .hundred .and to fort look with sympathy'upon' every rightfuTeli. .

order;and handsomely furnished in. every respect dollars and twenty two cents., eight; ta extend and.secute popular :
are commanded by gentlemen 'Q well "" salaries of the two keepers the hundred would view with deep regret the inevitabl nUS

bon; experience on the route, and their patrons Alachua in Florida per,act,of third,of direct of such a war, and ,would' doubtless be xocsfc
are assured that every attention will bejiid B.Y virtue of a hundred ,and,twenty five, one the pug' edulons to -preserve that'entue, aid,abaolutaneutralitybetween 4& "

ft the safety and comfort of passengers, in'the ; dollars: Provided, That so much, I e fiscal the belligerents whictf lai : ;
tnd to the careful handling of freight. cult of Florid ; i?' I .of third.of. March, \eighteen,; "-' ; hitherto marked" tewholecoofthj: ior 't' '-

f- AGENTS: in said State, ,five, authorizes, .the:,a.pp ,.*, !! eiga policy., ,rj. :

Brooks & Tupper, Savannah. Sheriffs .of sail keepers of the public archives,shall tjy. .' w : t'i
Executor of Jehu) repealed fromjuxd J Bai4 of the Methodist Episcopal
&X.DeLorme, Darien: _' same hereby, :' ; r t
-G.fricd1nJ\ cr, Brunswick. S. Hyams and Geor ; June, eighteen ndr ..and' and. Churh'hayCiuiI a circular'recommendinz
/flia Bcssent, St. Marys I have levied upon, ; 'and in the meantime, ,it shall be, Senate.. in.viewdf: the importantmatters: to.come be'ftrB '
ieraindcz & Bisbec Jac1" the first Monday ) : the Secretary. the Treasury to _' General.Cpnference of the Churdvthafcthi: :

JL<3oy, b :Black Creek.OaxCooley .House. in the said'archives to be. removed ,to some .,- 9JK.. I 'last f PlddV, *** .Apri, j be, oberye* tbrougbou ,
,. 0 b Picolata county.of Alachua, in ,the'State of ..Flo4dato be. I the Churchvas a nay ofbuyniliabon and pnq ..:':,*4.j ,
Reid Pulatka usual hours of sale sid nt of the United.States IY. erf and tliat 'ierthon3day. be Ue1iT red'.d .
B.1. t1ietr ,, I riJJg'
iLL&fitte&Co.; Charleston. of land, in the kept.. ", ,. :. *. ..' 1:' -* #5j.t i_Cioc':.

N. B.-Goods consigned to the Agents.lor- good dwelling :expenses of thirty five light ,: 'I 1 oft i- ::_ .-_'. _._" "', .to..J ". .., 2S
warded free of commission. Freight from Sa- houses thereon'the oil and other annual supplies, d : how'ncar' Mexican M.A4UcenIIytught '. :.; :

Uwmah and Charleston, and all .way freight pin to satisfy said the same, and repairing: the lighting -after*ihe' at' Tampico,,between an.English gentleman and '

payable by shippers. thereon.. : ; for four hundred.and twenty Tamps; : ; : ,thesequel Lieut Sevier, of the'Louisiana RegiroenCTfier VSr '
September 17, 1847. tf of thirty-five keepers, at the fixed,. n.h .in' fought.'with mtiskelsfat ten paces. -Lieut.'Se. : I ,
Newnansville ; : hundred dollars, per annum, bf his ene-: vier was severely wounded at the first fire,'his -

IN CIRCUIT COURT |j- The above expenses for six months, twe ; : spared the i arm.being.badljr shattered., ,_ .jj ', ;
,first Monday in sand seven hundred.and forty ol ; 'hint- 4. : )1)) :
EirrtRN CIRCCIT or FIX>BIDA-COUKTT OF A. large.,quantity powder was discover '
: I ; ,
ST. JOHNS: In CHANCERY. : one new floating light army to on board the schooner' Oregon from New
'' Orleansj'intcndebrtd i
Alarluia salary at six hundred and : the wind, ; ; jy
The SKt\.em Life Iu.urance : in'ftr
be : and all other expenses s'for nine m$ the fatal sinuggled the uzVqfthe
& Trust Compa-] WILL 'enemy.-, created considerableexcite; -
front of three hundred and sixteen Paris he
By to use ,Arthur M. Bill to Foreclose. ment atTampico... It_was put up kegsy.and: : :: iL
of Newnansville in, : additional expenses sundry new Ji'lal or- ;
Reed, f 14th day of' six months,'one thousand ,six'hu Fin- [ carefully.packed'- 4- in tobacco hogsheads..* fSz,fi ti4

'S.Ponjand. of sale, a sufficient dollars. overthrow __T" : -' :5 'I $
Angastos J terest of the .additional of a nted iu 1 We mrrom the New'York 'Express'itati : **!
JT baring been made to appear to the satisfaction certain tract of at Sand,expenses Key,'Florida, in, lieu : and'accor i Mr. Charles 'FranCis'' Adams'is shortly& : : I.
the Court Affidavit, that the I ,
by t&l publish the works of his; illustrious
Grant, to satisfy : house destroyed there, one sen follow father/in. ijJ
Defendant named in the Bill of Complaint filedia fifteen
some or twenty Jarge.pctavo.yplumns
for the State and dollars; : 'on -
the above entitled cxuse, resides out of the and all cost and- superintendent's commission on port.. Bat The l deceased Statesman, who,carefully'"revisedthem .
State of Florid and out of the United States ( : '
sale thereof to wit: thousand two hundred and, torty- fleet for publication, by his will appropriated"asum"df :, 1.4
wd in Cubs one of the West India Islands and i I '' money to defray the of
: printing
The undivided at two and. a ha.1fper cent,seven h All expense ..v
beyond jurisdiction of this Court, Therefore, good and Thos. six dollars and fifteen cents. 5'S seen, Among the unpublished'writings of Mr.:Adams tWz '
On motion of C. W. Downing, Esq.Solicitor for I The interest of contingent expenses under the act us by,one. is said to.be a new version of the Psalmsin Me
ejjd Complainant.It ire a translation anl '
1 The interest of safe-keeping, transfer, and eu on of Wieland/s Ob'eion, several ) 1
is Ordered That tlio said Poujmd I '
Augustus -' The interest of of the public, revenue, of sixth. '(Capt. minor poems; but the chief portion5 of Ida
and others' be required to appear and answer The interest of hundred and.forty six, five 'services MSS. will probably prove to be historical sad "*'. v**\'J1 TP i

.said Bill Complaint within six months, The i terest'Of : U., biographical rks. c.
or the same will be taken as oufessed ,
against .
The interest of' contingent expenses in the office this 4-i';
Fall in fa Punts.-the LonJon 'Tfm'q ithft
years 1846 and 47. ; of the United StaLes five Havre, by ,
It isfvrtker Ordered,That a copy of this Order, The interest of 'an'impor 6th:tilt, speaking otth&'faU of the 1Jiit&1iud L

duly certified by the Clerk of this Court within be pub- The interest of per diem compensation for clerk: .; A French)'funds, (as the public debt bf these coun .;

lished in 'some newspaper printed the 1846 and '4?. ,the Adjutant General's office one ,at solemn .tries i$;called,) says that:" 4 ( -t" 1'41t' _
Eastern Circuit Florida, once a month consecutively The interest of : assurance \ ..'>To.8.tate, the sum. of thisdepressionjt"may > 1

] for six months. The interest of per diem compensation of clerk. 1was'tObq suffice to'observe that a property which, tt aU .' ;, ,. _
TSigned,] THOS. DOUGLAS, Judge.I The interest of J .the Ordnance office one ( ; o fxau.- hands, -in-EhglaiU and in'Fran, cimiPt'l> '
PETIIIt B. DUMAS, Clerk of said Court, The interest of th 'eight'dollars: ';. ; was. ,t1i worth,less than twelve hundred.mUliousofJBa*
do hereby certify the above to be a true copy the years 1S46 and diem compensation'eight gUsh jpunda sterliiig ((equal to 5 796 millions of i$
-, ran Order duly made and entered of record per ttt dollars ;at$44 83
The interest of dl and such additional number per pound)sank in threedayg ; 1p?}
Iii the above entitled cause, on the sixteenth and ?47. -'exigence's of'the public service' : : that ,sh ll to a market'valne'of only elevenf hundred mil. ;t'f, '
'day. : of August., A.D. 1847. The interest of t6 be emploY temporarily: the : 4thq lions of Collars,'being a fall in.-value of"$434.-
P. B. DUMAS O.Q.", ..
interest of gQ } .tt ( : J
The pf Pensions,with the' l ll possible :: t.ii: 11 ow ; .
Clerk C. C. of St.John's County. '
!The i interest of J : ftheS, retary'of.far, t 1. ,I*:1' !*.V4 t'ta V;--:'-'i"g; -'t.f'i- a ; -
tztha1nnJrishrnanshot& : _
Jan 7 1848. lam(6m It odd, _
The interest of fiscal J year,1!on1 tx>unty to"you'iii is enough? dbttlnfeer -
--- manu. office at a rate not exceeding Paris,7and over each'of.1 the great English partieai -
.In Circuit Court, The intereitof and"'thirty-three'cents per day, t -am';here Wellington with the Tories; ;Palmewtoa-,with .
EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA: man hundredand ninety of my spv' the Whigs:"Stafford O'Brien, with the Proteo -

COUNTY or DUVAL: IN CUANCERY.Mary The interest '- ix cents. ''. tionists;:and the.redoubtable"" -Feargus*O/Con- r .J

Moore ) ,Dorman. : contingent: expenses' -.the Pension must*'' ''- re. t nor., with' ;.. tn the ii'Chutists.:..t ittt- :. -. _. .Ti, "ttS-, z'za'o.* _
vs. > Ballfor Divorce. ,.The interesrof thousand dollars. 'V !p : ,
henry Moore. ), ,',' 4 years 1846 and. 47. I clerks in the-office of tEe : :shiprwas The guns captured from i the;8ik&J&'u.. k
,TT having been made satisfactorily to appear The interest bf ;being;an/unexpended balance of with En- placedi muzzle muiilOi. :in;:a column; ,* A> >JL by affidavit that Henry Moore, the defen,4aat The interest of I remaining on,theibirtiethpf; | : u1d'ha'b*I high.at.Calcutta' ,'and tke'tpp of the, rBurmounte is to 4 rj-:;---i

named in'the above entitled cause resides The interest pf thousand fight hundr4.ai t\ fofty : : : instant, bje d.with'greOrBrittjsu."> f
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partedbjr iwosepoys- *?tziJ 4njii.jr.Nfwfc -> _
".oeyond the jurisdiction of this Court, out of I The interest of,. .purpG etW9 bundreci, d aDd place I
if. 'fu4)S ,_, :
(tU State and in the State of New York;there- 1846 and'4-7" and eightyfivecents.. : i i! was Ibaj : ;t,1zfs i 4 ,1f'_ _
Tore, on'motion of Gregory Tale, Esq.Solicitor !: Theinterest of ,outfits ot!;charges desjiffaires.to : ,that desirous* feech.-Tlzeothernigba!!- j' '
tfor -complainant : the'map' /said--.Gl' : AP3J. t4tes e1public3 pf i a nianner tleman yisitinglbis inamorata, at'anearly -
hour felt' Tor his' teaand'be '
<,It isO,4er That the said defendant appear the years 1846,and.? : : .nul.EeJLdor, tJt t1 the time calculaiion, jmpatient the' *
*ni answer the bill of complaint of said complainant I:' The inters 'of. ; bull\l 4.dollars.;J niI thi W.ttl -. ; : 'irran- 'gays,a. as to pt'Opriet1.ol leaving -

within four months, or.the., same'wilt: .1S4G'and',7.. ;: ..quarte >8 B lary.fpTfjeachpf : :: rec'Y Ul1wi-ttt.l.He.'ii5QlllmefhupJhA.: qu |tipaas } 4 _
-ie taken as confessed against him. '{"J. THOS. G. Moires:/. 'vr.app.L ,.) [ 1H Jq I 1.n j ... l jJ'1.b ?. '

Ad it further Ordered, That copy of this and; te Wajau. o1t'tf D1 mente' ac I ""Under these circumstances,q11.2 I.,. _

.Order,duly certified by the Clerk of this Court, ... f &dollars ti. ; t"f.io8, $LiT: ,? td'bVdii [and when he-favors with the.result we will

'WpttbUshed in some newspapcr,'rinted within February 19,)" .n.1ar1iO(Ueonsul_ U ey ,I .' ni 'lay. ,it beforeour.. .readers.. ,. t' "" Ii47httL -
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the Eastern Circuit Florida. ,once'- a.,week._con. : f fIIT (Augttstitighteen&bu : : ; ;ci Jo.o t l' IS tne 1t. )10""np 0..dIme:r' !' T-.I u' ''WU c'sup't -" p
wuUtely for. tour months. : : jtotbe1th !3P-/une-eJg. : {-Preprt &dbwhn. ,tehaftlrj off ____

THO.'DOUGLAS, Judge;' j. > .. 1 t.IUD tl1 :P.RsJJ i ixth us sptdier.! m., this ] ottahMn)8D. .; u ,i the pnck'oftronbleaTfiSpJi ...
'- 'I,:OSCAR HAETrClerk of said Court, dQ here- Benjamin'Megin- ,Ighty centb, .t.w ifrJ\ : CIt. .e h' .jf ak ; t"r1Ia" '__ __
eb many ) f
; ctrUt1"the above to be a correct copy of an .lor.c1. cijU ; a. .Q$" t.
order made and entered of record'in"the above 1 -iVcJ x j v } : b4'Pf| OJ :
Thomas Taylor, !._ btt ." &Jr.e..P'-, ; l i uiiie t1i Y t1t PJjf$ :
r.cnf cause in.said Court .on the.tenth' day bf r&Wj i'8h d 1fe,1 JO.bQ='mpjcye in : ,ip\. r r iJm iihei'e r1I1'B
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D 184&- of the C.
1"1LpPeuJlgtom t P.-. f 4i 5 acthe.Courtofance, jnprj&y i
Ii '.. WUftiuF I hereunto set and T; bird Audi tor;; nd|d the ,.Feep.:wnfeja sofliciaH: ar .the. ____
J .xoy hint and affix: the seal of'aid bill filed in:>he,,. SeoondCon J Uctr"at rate not." yincial Government_ of'wa.',' "v1iY! HI.I' A $
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'and an"erh: of one thousand dollars' per .rl""t. r. r
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:'I' H:.E' :, rr-E r tQ. 'f I of the Florida'Whigs,at'every hazard, seenu to of that gentlenoan.. ,Itisr: an "artful charge" and I' 1a.:and 2;W heiher the cutting of pine,Urn- Wtsslxn 3tl r-ttM.ft 'r

car Y.'> 1r. have somewhat + its a i in oniTwiaa elects hoer Mrs rKAW.' u ,ro' foilp8. ered for naval @
authority a the l
'k.1 I rte.,. u f 1riIib t..a tiger.. the act of 2d. F..f h"... t"o'tt.
.;! JACKSONVILLE APRIL. 15 1848NOMIWATIOW8. : fluence. Gen. TAYLOR/IS"&9$ the choI $o\thiei it is,an b %to'ai; ppoplo to declare t ( arch ; th thM questions Here deciwrlts'of :'b..lo.1-t..W' ". 11&IadJ. Ida .1...t."' 'Ilk, .

: Florida Whigs. -\Ye hpv b!ore us the 4 Mr.QA; i | |acts i'I a .. f 1Jediia' : ive; _, ,error have hate X31 a p.letel-. .:. ,

,., dings of three Whig' meetings, the ones whl'h that whatBVVrhe tin ce t..biQ e parties interested, in emaaolnR1Oa"l. u P.i3ing ,- ,_
; 'derJo carry them to the U.Stat Supreme .,-.1.
.' have declared their preference, and these all to and endured with asinizie'forbearanee. The up: ib2'r t' tuttrbtathaitrl tit ti "t _.,
Court.- *
= -i. ;
T-f ;
,'" .. ." 'j- declare that HENRY CLAY is their first choice. Whig JooniaVof the State would:never lCe'Mr. Another' question> _of law of greater general tropical c UInat;l actshaTe provedto ,

?* l.i, The first is that held at Marianna, Jackson .'C '. ,attempt'I:deceive.his ccnstitmenls importance, arose in s class of suits instituted adapted to the osifortitad ,.
V-.5 '<* '* i91.Hy>*aiT'ft'
t,. -t. '. county on the 6th nit" Resolutions:were,passed '. ,.however..criminal might.be the:act.) :But, nameothe..Unlttd, tl'.to recover lUlU: white"IrSIs- "."Already r1 a'r .iB &3R

'r the of when the ''Democratic, denounce,Mr. a m"foraie9psisses o6mmiUed on the public bona for relief before the Brit S
,recommending appointment delegates, : ;papers ie6 fi5
f i t.=;i.EIIO(1B&TIO ''. .; yt -*-qo*;; iI.. ? *& .>*%,'t :Isnda :Meuttiilg timber.upon thfmZ On r. to the Philadelphia convention. That. inVeloResolved CABELL for voting for an Aboli 1t10mS-an" Ih.'b part of the defendants. it was iasistedz on a m. i ThemostnrgentJr" )resenUaoMii S
tion tOt1 -side fii's'follows i !Agr er 1tthat'.MrW'tlwiasorisno: { n if J.>TTs-a' -arrest*of judsmeit"that'thou- 1 jtv'tJt U the extreme destitution"to: hicKeajaS i

,;: FOR GOVERNOR OF FLORIDA: 1 ] That bur first choicefor'the* Presidency Abolitionist, Land JMr: Wi.rir. zoi tells Mr. CAB- s t 'shit haractert U a tieody p tf:Ytnay has reducedi. 'the:inhabitta l of"aBiiJStablishment
; GEN WILLIAM BAILEY. is Henry'Clay ofKentttcky-r-thatJwe're- roe'on'c trtctstnad,through any of its agent Then; 'b ;
ELL thai he.ha? knowingly,uUereda.falsehppdand. I ii dl ysnJ doubt c
..." ,. gard him as the greatest of living Statesmen < aciirig'wtthin the sphere of their constitutional ; ,ontthit?th#
-r: them n who would rather be"' right; than,be ,! .Mr., isatLesya: it.ia a mis take.ofthe. printer power==i& is nevekhelws not competent fbif any of slavery is oerIoasland 1. :

.t roa CONGRESS: President-and preeminently entitledtothe, and promises to correct it, but does not officer of the government| direct the institu tunt the nrdiah.G T ernmeat' G

t1 WILLIAM P. DUVAL. confidence ofthe American people for aaytrnstwe then the Sentinel sees glorious opportunity to .tion"and'prosecutioiQ" of a suit of damages,_to be to accede to the measures or- Ua t '
recovered for #injuriea'don 'to -the of support
will yet support Whig d.lJldJrue, excite sympathy \V ask ,who -most' needs property beggared false f :
whom Philadelphia National Whig Convention : e' the United'StateS--unle by authority tan by a system., Tha.tollotr;.

t : : FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS: may"select as the candidate for,the.Presidency sympathy_ the'. dup, er or'*the* duped%,-.Mr." "CABirr.l"Ji act of Congress. 'This question. was also'dec!* agraphfrom! the London "Anti-sbTtr1

.; .GEO. R. FAIRBANKS, of St. John. ELL or his constituents! -' ded l favor of the government'; and. 'will go l:up. ter",is siSnifiant of the. mov .e 1Iitet.,.

CHARLES H. OUPONT o Gadsden. The next was held at Apalachicola,Franklin second fourth and.fifth the fourth paragraph, from the top, in the | n "We plaird'
JOHN MILTON of Jackson County. county. We give the I .
under frank the following .CO GRESS.
sent his
I pamphlet copy -. .
which honest
r rpunst. and
resolutions passed at the meeting. and. Air.Winthrop's every ei
sentence as slavery petitions
In Senate on the'3d lust Mr. Westcott IngUshman should/steadily :: ,
set a'
: Resolved That we the Whigs of Franklin,regard sentiments., presented :
}. Ex-Qov. WM. P. DUVAL has commenced the ,. ""1.Il the temper a '' h"
the most.dlstmgulShed I "It is well ..those who petition from citizens'of Hillsboro'.Co .v, ndpolicy ofEarl
Henry Clay as knpwn to are engagedin
: in and has j and other officials '
earnest to
campaign right good already with"
tamper !il.
and able Champion of the great principles and this unholy purpose,to stir the blood,.and exasperate Florida, asking ,grant. of land for ,a court and sdtial*..t Stai f .
it in several in Middle Florida.If our colbnUl-
: I stomped places measures, for the success of which,,the Whigs the feelings of the South on this delicate house. different
,,' the Whigs carry the State this year they expect have so long and untiringly struggled, and we I subject of slavery that the object of,the abolitionists \lt.a .Lt the spirit prevails thronat3ou. Sev *
to holdIt; forever afterwards and we cannot believe him above all, other men, most fit and can be obtained, so far as the reference Oh motion of Mr. Westcott; resolution was and people once feel that ii.

t; :I therefore be too energetic combatting the able to lead us to battle and to victory in the of their petitions is concerned, without a adopted, calling v on .the- Commissioner ,of the to*'ruistthctrattghtr dangrr, no ministry they hate on eartki a..

: approaching contest. vote of the House=irnplYlby presenting.them .farad,0(ce for: al! permits .granted under theact strvction fajfot tAIr.
: immense exertions they will undoubtedly make. Resolved, That,in the ensuing contest, we are : at the Clerk's table. They have been repeatedlysy of Slavery-aye, and paid fa-j I"
for the armed.
of Florida and trill be
: GOT. DUVAL has shown the right spirit, and he neither ashamed nor afraid to stand upon the referred *. [True-but a; Whig House,:and ,apeci.fying they not JefravdaL The ero"i

,.. .1 needs only to be seconded by the party, to secure old Whig platform, believing as we do that it Winthrop;Speaker by a casting vote, give them .. names. settlers' ', descriptions" of, land,. &o, are Ding wise tQ suspicious.and the alarm-bell; ,will: on1 dUihZ: :
rests upon the firm foundation of truth and the greater importance of vote. of the House, and to report'if, any further: .legislation is.necessary ape ;
our triumph.' For this organization is indispensably constitutes the only ,basis of all Republican when thus shown by Mr. C. to.be unnecessary. to carry,said law into,operation. land/throughout the length and, breadth.:.,fte'

,. necessary, and we trust the electors government and if we cannot succeed upon The Committees have, in all cases reported ', ,.'
Mt ,. will speedily fulfil the duty imposed upon that, we at least have the consolation to know them back to the House,'.and'asked tobe discharged In Senate, on the 5th inst, Mr. Allen's joint ,I ; .ii. .
that deserve success. from their consideration. THIS is resolutions,congratulating the people France TAHPA,' AND "THE CvLTUEt'or'SaaAk ,
.': them by the Convention and place the State in we THE : "t
Resolved, That we regard all availability, save COURSE APPROVED"BY MR. WlNTHROP." passed unanimously. 23Ayes.. I take i,the following extract,from"tie Mobjjtjfc

1. a proper'condition for the canvass. that which is conferred by true merit,, as the Upon first reading this sentence,,it struck'us The following are the resolutions: aid. It will give our Georgia and. 'Sony'
t. : offspring of unprincipled office seekers and dem as rather inconsistent with the Speaker's vote ,
J Resolved'by the Senate and House of Una, 'neighbors idea of ':
RepresentativeS ; thetap diij.l
DEATH OF WM. GIBBONS, Esq.-We announce agogues. mentioned, and with Mr. Winthrop's votes and '
:. .with pain the melancholy intelligence of the Thus it will b6 seen that the Franklin county declarations, upon all occasions ; but it by no assembled ot the United" States America in which_ our State.is settling, and of they '
means prepared us for the following, .from the Congress That in the name and behalf which has been. given to caltitiition'
\ the
murder of WM. GIBBONS, Esq., the Sheriff of Whigs are disposed to shelve old "Rough Jacksonville News, which quotes a South Carolina of the American people,the congratulationsof .Jj1,

.. and Ready" somewhat unceremoniously. The paper, and the authority of the Boston At- Con ress are hereby tendered to' the people sugarane:- -, c.t ,

t tow :-An individual who gave his name as last resolution is most particularly significant. las. We are unwilling to believe this charge of of France, upon the success of their recentefforts'to' **Mr.'James McKay, formerly one oenv j;
direct and wilful misrepresentation and fraud consolidate the principles of liberty sens,' but now a resident of Tampa By.&u..
We that effort made to ,
BLAcK with a companion, had arrived in New.II' perceive an expressan in with :
I upon his constituents '. this indirect sort a republican form ot governmentSEC. samples of6ugnr.JDIlde injhatr'borhood. i jMjdt
Tmnsville a few days before the murder occurred equal preference for HENRY CLAY, and Geu. testimony. ,We should, like.to see the South 2. And be,it further resolved; That the He brought on with him 63 nh Si

r and on the evening of the 4th inst. had TAYLOR, but that it was promptly voted down. Carolina and the Boston Atlas. The vote President 'of the United States be, and he is crop of one planter,the quality of which uW

:. : been engaged in playing cards with the deceas The latest meeting which has come to our was bad enough in all conscience, without add- hereby requested to transmit this resolution to The hhds. ure small, weighing about 700:h4
the American minister at Paris with instructions and are the product of five hands. The.
ole A which held at Marion ing this stupid, ridiculous, and stultifying effortat &
occurred Mr.
: knowledge was
dispute during is
to to New ,
it now shipped
t imposition, to satisfy both the Boston Abolitionists present to the French government. being York .:Jfe.
t hr .. .: GIBBONS called for his pistols. BLACK then went on the 1st inst. Among several grotesque resolutions and Southern Slaveholders :The "very In Senate, on'the 7th .inst,' a message from Kay also brought us a sample of another,btif

; jI put into the piazza of the building,and challenged which rather lamely attempt to conceal explanation, of the transposition of some lineson the President was read, transmitting the'information strictly prime quality, which will be soon-_

GIBBONS to follow him. He did so, and the hand which the Northern Whigs have the part of the printer," is absurd, and must called for resolution to this market. It is dry, of beautiful eafet
by a of the Senatein and although not made by the improved
I. be libel
Mr. Cabell. tpei>
a on It is difficult
t to
afterwards shot heard and had in the Abolition movement we find the following see
immediately a was how a transposition could alter the sense and relation to. Capt McClelland's company of ratus employed in Louisiana is finely iy.
r .- GIBBONS was found alone with a bullet wound relation to the Presidency: be sensible at all ; and'more'difficult totell;how Florida Volunteers. Also, transmitting, in too: and will compare tarourably with the tomqualityof

through his right side. He lived but a few 8. Resolved, That Henry Clay, for his great such a transposition 'could have escaped the compliance with a call of the Senate .the New Orleans st'gar. :Z.
talents and wisdom and his eminent and proceedings The 'sugar culture is gradually eiteadiij
of the
minutes, and the only person who declares that political proofreaders Intelligencer and Mr. Cab-
: of the court martial in the case of about'Tampa. There are now about 1000 8
long tried patriotism and public services, is our ell-and again escaped him in the pamphlet +
.. ':: he saw the act committed, was Mr. WATSON, a first choice for the Presidency of the U. States I after the promise correct it, and after the copy fact, Liet Colonel Fremont. appropriated to that project, and j'rom".

.". resident of the place. What complicates thematter but that we will support for that office any can I. had been observed by Mr. C% and made of importance Mr.Westcott introduced a bill for the relief pid influx pf-emigrants: raosUv:froBXth.;Wfl*!,
is that WATSON BLACK didate who is the nominee of General ern acid Middle btotts, a number newrfliaa
more, charges with regular a enough to be commented upon by Mr. bona fide settlers(under the act for the armed
will doubt
tions no be opened this ttt
't : the murder, yet declares he is his own son. He Whig Convention who is an undoubted Whig Winthrop, especially when a postscript was r season
the occupation of Florida.LATEST put in'sugui. We are glad to learn that*|o&
and to
unqualifiedly opposed principles 01 written to the pamphlet, containing the Palfrey
J gives as the reason for the false name that a reward deal of attention given ta the orange 1ea'
the Wilmot Proviso. correspondence. We wait for an explanation.We .
is offered in Jackson county,West Florida, 9. Resolvtd, That we are satisfied, from the should be glad to hear at the same time if FROM EUROPE. banana'plantain..and other tropicalironfallof
"I '
for the apprehension of his son for breaking letters of General Zachary Taylor, that he is a convenient, if the insinuation at page 6; first In the Savannah papers of Tuesday last, wt I which succeed admirably that sectiaaAi
,The of the soil and clisartrof
', perfect adaptation
Whig and an honest hearted and upright man paragraph that that true hearted Democrat '
jail, and that he has consequently assumed an telegraphic of the
that of Florida
the of his in his B. intelligence 11 portion to these artidettTculture1
having good country uppermost French; (late Clerk of the House of Representatives
alias mind, and that if he shall become the candidate ,) was a friend of the Wilmot Proviso, brought by the Washington and Hibernia It its position on the Gulf it* :atid,-

; It happened, at the time, that there were two President we.will. support him. was also the effect of transposition, or other errors is highly important. healthful and even temperature, togetherTiti)
I the abundant oL
parties in Newnansville, both in pursuit of a Thus in all the Whig meetings whioh have declared as he indignantly denied." A'monster meeting had been called in Dublin &. will: in time supply, attract fisbioyatera.wild, i*..dense P.Ci iiUti gang a,

'. .. pair of criminals. A store and dwelling at Tra- any preference it has invariably been in and the Government sent troops in Steamers to and sufficient capital to Ul.lJup" ;.a large and-

'. .; der'a Hill, Camden Co. Geo.. and another at favor of HENRY CLAY. GEN.. BAILEY'S ACCEPTANCE. .put it down. It pa&sed off quietly, but the ple.isant seaport town.. Inrrgara.toT&nt wi

t ': '. Holmcsville, Geo.. had both been robbed, and in The truth is, that,the old bond which from We are happy to learn from the following leaders were arrested and committed for trial. learn that the Goverument'buI, "wilhdieservHtiOn.and <
its to the cane
cedes right
: ', .. .' one a murder had been committed. Circumstantial the beginning has been the only one-that could correspondence published.in the Floridian that I The Provisional" Government of France organized which bus located the seat of justice thue.,.j

..:. evidence all tends to convict BLACK unite the Whig party, has involved them in a Gen. BAILEY has accepted the nomination of the a large force with the' supposed intention I number of lots have already been sold ata3!

.. '. and his companion. Upon the arrest of the former dilemma. They declare for men and not for late Madison convention. Since Judge CAR- of advancing to the frontier of Austria.- speedily. be improved7-Mobile talL

: which was accomplished with some difficulty but idol In Vienna 20 have been killed. '
principles. Consequently none an can MACK has declined the nomination of the Whig persons The l
..' Maj. JNO. PARSONS being shot at while hold lead them. But HENRY CLAY,the old deity, has party, there is no doubt'but that Mr. THOMAS Emperor of Austria granted every thing the LOUISIANA C NVJ T1os. The Demacr

.1 ing BLACK upon the ground-his companion and amid the demanded and carried Convention:. of the etate'otlAulsiaunetCi 1
run several unsuccessful races, BROWN of Leon, is the mau'destined to opposeour people was through the, "*:s.3
: ;, ,escaped in the direction of Tampa. We trust, if streets 15th'ult. The following are among.-the y
ruins of his discarded policy-amid ,the wreck candidate. If the Democracy of the State, triumph. Hungary has declared her-
: I : these are the guilty men, that they may speedily self independent of Austria The lutions adopted at the meeting.. ": Li.
of his high protective systems and his National therefore, do but half their duty, and vote for Emperor of .

f r "ly be,brought.. justice, and not be suffered to Bank systems,the Whig leaders lost confidence Gen, BAILEY with but half the unanimity with Russia, it is rumored, is dead.' The Bank of 'so Resohed as an attack, That''We upon, die regard constitutional the Wilmot ri 1'ff tiat,

1; roam at large,outraging every law and right of in .their unfortunate embodyment and sighed which they nominated him, ls success will be as France has suspended-local Banks have .beeu ,thesliiveliolJing States, und its iliscassiaik

}''I., 'i .; society. for a new divinity.. The brilliant military success singular us that of his prcdec ssor: established, but failed to give relief; consequently Congress is t'r.1.ught'with. "p danger' to our'Fefel' .

.\ .' .. of Gen. TAYLOR inspired them with a new MADISON COURT HOUSE, l" heavy failures have occurred. Provisional Union. -* flt

: t'. SHI.PWRECx.-From a correspondent at New hope. But alas, his letters revealed nothing, March 23d, 1848. J f government generally recognized'by European- the&solred astuuurling, 'That"while fact that we.v.tew not one'Hhigme&Ur with sorjafr
have received of the .Sir :-The undersigned Committee
; Smyrna we just intelligence appointed Governments. wither
i( and other commanders. o won as glorious from the non-6laveholding States voted ,
.i'i .loss of the sloop William Capt. D. H GODDESS. laurels.. Anticipating that he would adopt another by the that late Democratic were nominated Convention by, announcesto that bodyas France is quiet but there are heavy Continental on that question,_those iremocrats of the Kwt6_
you you
\ + This vessel bound from Savannah to In. who stood by us on that occasion are entitl!'
was failures. The Bank'of
i' TYLER policy, they fear to touch him, and candidate for. the office of Governor.We Rouen has suspen-
;: ,dian River and the North Brea- aiid shall ever receive, our.heartfelt.ELECTIONS. : grad' .
was capsized at the deadly hostility of the East and Northwest take great pleasure in conv.t"yingtlils information ded. The English workmen have been ordered !
j kers Mosquito Bar. By the timely assistance to you, not only because your nom- :
upon from France clubs have
Many been formed in has -
against a slave-holding candidate, threatens to imation was the result of the harmonious action -New Hampshire gifeafa,
n. J : however, of Capt. CHARLES WILLEY, our destroy his '"availability. of the Convention, but also because our Paris to aid the! propagation liberty throughout majority:of.3000. 'for, Oo'. .erJ'

i' ;' energetic fellow townsman, and his crew, Capt. Thus stands the,Whig party of this State at own personal wishes and desires were thereby the world a republic is proclaimed at Cra- ,The Legislature is almost entirely Democrat f4"

1 GODDESS, and GEORGE HILLMAN, a sailor, were the present time. If they take up TAYLOR they gratified. cow-four hundred political prisoners have been in'both branches!. This 'victory.isfthejttj*
1I rescued from The and We feel assured that long residence in ;
j I : a watery grave. Sloop may lose a half of the loaves and fishes. :If they Florida and the interest your have set free, and fifteen thousand insurgents are gloriouS that HALE,' the arch abolitioni 'reft
you always manifested *"*5 '' Ktf
is much and of the ** 1 J1 f
cargo damaged, a part cargo declare for CLAY, 'they adopt his ,Lexington for her ,welfare, will afford an ample under arms. Republican principles are advancing gads bad :succeeded In uniting the Whigsath'e e

..is entirely lost. Capt. GODDESS and his man speech,and ally themselves with those' who favor guarantee that if elected the confidence of our throughout. Germany, Denmark, Poland, Abolitionist,.and .notwithstanding the efforts .

.saved nothing but the clothing they :wore at him because,ho is tending towards emanci people. ,will, not have.been,misplaced. 'and the Kingdom tB.1Y ria., A new Cabinetof of GREELEY,and the host of political"Sypocriticol >
the time of the wreck. Very respectfully ,
pation. Truly, this man-w nhip"leada. the ,Your ob't. serv'ts", : ,considerable r utility;\ has been appointed iIiAustria. demagogues.1.the'.day'iI..was carried

i; "THE SOUTHERN CULTIVATOR for April comes Whigs into singular dilemmas! THO. J..HODSON, ) : s .:. Great'military preparations are,: goe'ing against' them.'. '. ." '' .'f'. .- ." -.".?} ,.
'J! JOS. S. MAY, } Committee., forward in Russia, and the revolution:continues PERVCQ.NTRA.: The .election,,, w.Conaecticuati t,
ifli ,- to us richly freighted with valuable agricultural MR. CABELL AND MR. ':WiNTH:OP. :' W.A... FORWARD, ) in Sardinia. A constitution .hoar beeufoublished was anticipated, has gone- against'Q&. *<&
articles fully.preserving its high reputation. Oen.W3I. BAILEY. .
:. l, We find that the ohlifs'State beginning e'andMilun'atnl'hohbar made thiS sbL
Whigs are i rby die'P dead set was at? & by the Wihaot
that under *
41 J"We regret the-proprietors are the .it. I 7
.J' 'necessity of making another appeal to Southern to testify a just indignation not only at : 'AVCII.LA"April3d,184S. b) were in a state of,revolution. ..,'. ', .Proviso." ,t j".;.and. o1'f'.and, other'abelftwi>

.. planters. They declare that "the patron. the treachery to Southern interests which'Mr.CABELL 'Gentlemen :-I. have received your letter of :. ist' Congressmen,'..sturapcd with. ,,exceed. .
L 4 iit1 .manifested by his vote for Abolitionist the 23d}alt. informing me of nomination =The', ; ; lost everjrthian .
: : an ; my by ENGLAND AND FRANCE. following ex- energy.; Of 'Course.we have> :
receive is '
to the /
56'.ape they defray Speaker, but:at the contemptible imposition the late Democratic Convention 81'a'candidate. tract from'a'i leading article in.V'' L94 dpn ii this.is no. worse'than in'the :eleotionbefe e
of Whence arises this for the office ,
of Govern
:expanse publication. or of F1 ridfi.' Lt. > '!}
l .. which he has attempted to play:off upon conrso.recommendedby Pou whcre Coiiacc icttt,Xgt ere
f ..Ivkevarmness to support that which fosters the The Isaind reasons which:induced me'toan- :Timea. is, significant .CA : that of } t

_,_ .. dearest, erestof.theSouth 1.I. it not a quiet ,his Southern constituents,,.by. wilfully' misrepresenting nounce' ,my niitne its a'caniiidute January' last.s'- that-powertUlnjournal 1s Hot lightly passed, Whig majority, yet Pout's majority waa newif
;.Mr.WINTHROP! opinions' upon. ,slaver are equally forcible now in'deciding- me '"accept over, and in view of the'u sturb d lItate of.Eng 'aslarg'e iTanj'ftiiftr* PresidentljadT_ 021-
of mental
tie ; 'Indication of t 10 'ailicjrr. to L'iU ', i'mz& t&.
.: our distrust of all that attempts to improve, ter declared that Mr. WINTHROP' r 'gray\abVbf.iftjpr II nd to better our e4 dUion.'I. was not an a iiiiq ncementOGmy name'Wa$'done at the,so that she will interferewith the,new order'"of .
.Abolitionist: :Mr..WiNTHROp, upon seeing the licitation' 'many:frienda-from different portions thingainFranceT'Btit'aatheProvisional Gov .f ML Aszoi'a PUaLtc 5pslt r= be Ss T

article in the Intelligencer, flies, i intoVpassjon) of the State, and at a .tam e 4oo1'viherrit; ernment. '" heave declared" that they do not recog? ';rRepubl nhaathe7olipT$gc5A; ticpr j

FLORIDA WHIGS AND fHJ3 PRESIDENCY. declares that he is an Abolitionist,and Mr.CAB was'not supposed a Convention of the Democrat nize binding the treaties of' liYs'wIferebyEngland / :upon the final:disposition:which-'thii AJB S r

t'f- At length Tallahassee coo&sses itself wors- ELL promises;to,correct" .'his typographical error' tic party world bo to held place!.lf.me tmy.fellow in the.Executive:itiz n.sha1l'deem'proper as andjth&> (}eawi power.. s acquired. 'conMda"rabWter CrcesuVhaly.necessa 'innd r bisw_ altA: 'Bi1t'J i If It 4n '

lad, and the Whigs are competed to hold in his..pamphlet,, 'His.pamphleris'pubiishedj'/ Chaiiv;Ifchall'erideavori to discharge the duties toryit5nVy]: happen' that Europe oblame, .. i. "A purses '.

.'. ". conventions.. After all the denunciations of the' and lo 'and ,behold !II there Js the,same Hypo- of the office with fidelity.o cl? a** "flfundtoh again be embroiled# in a:w u. f Butfor &hcaus"tLl" made,+of a, sowl. eu r;laadnotttnan'\ '

1" w X Whig press at the sin and iniquity of holding graphical error" staring>vus'in' the- .. Does ': assemblies after all the fuss and' : the'very kind'and; :fl&Uering'marihfcf .l'ift HlI ')'f ," v.tj' ; 71YT rt3 .9:2 r ts3tsft.j'.)1 cssit&tt
these '
,. :fi ,- )wry' Mr.,CAni u ...tike, bib wnstitjientf!( for dolts'brasses : in which you'have beset pleased to make own the case,-and we hop9a1; ;free}usfitutone -J tearf"' h':tStJ.trotut.:1 I.jr.to JY' 4I1n:'.;' ,: ,

:. !. .''about .humbug" and'claptrap; they must fainacknowledge thai he imaginea.hecan rifle_ with. emin' I',to., ,ttie.1jril"1 iI ,, ed TO 'ss la.a'3 3i3' may at lost find'a restjfig,place pon,European Mr.Astor has left$400tOOoi erect-

4::. 'to' 'their 'lnabll1t.to'm&bit&b -.tbelt this manner 7 Does,he :suppose,his.wholesale u ,t i tc}y''roe picit ;cu ', clth( 'lLJ f' I t-'j' ":'-'I. f.. -\ .t" t '"JuI 'tiiirui andpat&iblisil: aipultiajli\ 'saes.;New Y'orUadbelctt&million.tle. .
i 'A 'f 1'1 J' .f13 .Your'blf tit e..am" rl l ',. ;so ,.ag6; rm. rotfEngland's ,6"1 oJ .D .t ot in ,
commit the "
t and egregious'cn ; ,
'rU f'i1i
I. ". ; argument, gyatemofbaiDbooiling can lost 'for'ever?' 'Mr.QABEU ',J"J ,mrJ h.n < ( J1 "startle : : Dd.'U r :t rAi Jtr" 1:1 IOii
b i
,. q l a or.forty wjpuhhave accompusami
t'. themselves. Bat, indirectly this iiWidaBAZLEY!} ... ., ....srE.'jJ. ......1'.1 \. ..,1Ef :earsj
: a new -Whig <.will duct.that his' ambition hasnot been M SSrS.T :l:$OD8';. 'ss'N ;sas crlur,. .. path;is;clear St..,the refugeof thing noble ant|, worthy;of jhisViortua 'J!

t.. movement> developer very neat state of things backed by*judgment. He, will'/no Mon i ;) .4/.t"f.-ol, ,... Jan 8'.r1.-tUt 'Committee.!l exit,;;14'Ope DSt her,.shores.to the .unforturote .Astorjias dredjwUhpjitjnjoji that I .I

t'. ;:;I';: .,|n the party! Tallahassee-wished to dictate;to permitted;'to;exhibit-his' constituents!for thescoffingis'and .i'W. AiiPoRsvAEb'ai. t ni jJI'fif,1 oct 'ot 1eTerJ.ilanOi_or#party,w She would .at posthumous reputation;"J1t9fi.a twin uQ '
I flftl lr" 9tt f'" .U""it t J\HI"'f:'fH by.dispensing bounties Wore he is so'hencfe' ,
therefore Conventions f toitr.to 3; s1iI cncei htrself from,offerbg,this hospi.
rthe whole ,- were preclude
as the laughing stock o-f- jie'whble >
", i ; brH and, leave Europe
v' injurious and wrong. Tallahassee .found, that .Union; Ha has dawd.to.. playfwith-the lion'tlc 1 xi Gon: >ulsatEx cLAxnTLelhStstt Y District stheutfrolvid tality, )heraelf'i the; iatnedpanaatd; rffifieH aid MiflCtffl .

ii, -.:: 4jthe State would not be dictated to. Therefore he-will soon, feel his c $w&a: vyJ'tf.1 I, ,. Cb itTdued titsf aa ioa,tatPa. UI&COla,o _th e pi'eteaaion'sofkerrvy.visitors4t/ eaitp"yreirtcrethei ; ) .1Ji 1 was""' aSstrdngly insisted QD 'WitIrtW".

{" I I
; >> be EeldL ''Ecell_e nt,,:logic,-adapting, .itself rto ,Y s" r r "ud'j ic< "f "f Florid i4 wiJ11P notice ohs,wet JliJ:'o ns-made dUn 12 the 'irithTsbiae enoe tocfeeltagiheleoseeessary ;but'Ifr t :nay 4r -/."1rU1" JnV.simplffur'l ater T J J!
If fair- rt histW
1'r ,. rJ..t h <; J..nll' ,' f ".fT.T1. t ri'.H:, 1nl1. I, .tv" t ;takt it be eariynnderatopdby fo,., daatuh j'pf his ortuaes:.;liis InbIIo
: All circumstances.and:to every possible eoatin'i ,A.t. Ci ,aaLh4 ..1a.ta"r _termwluc .aroof, thg highest' inte tO .j I1'
(, Y .Wh .., .0 ypt {3j to! 6.Fe.sbaltthen .a. If7 those differences.withwherange of,courtly la written. in bisneafor cbmmt ._ t ),
t :" .. euthorIt ; iH p'ldrldaroiii.ev? .'nna-odi o.a it t the of the .* *.i t( i 'i; I-i : e'
irstonr .a Meaawltile 1 eUclueite'that while( persons unfOTtoniitei'.araipiUed .
$ Owe .' .. ,iwra'ubr. xi
; t 41. : tft x xa i. !' 'iff "t'ri:t'.clt
1'< 1 il e\'hlg liee J-1rhte1i listwin- -1"" that tbefSeatb lN tsctdlttle'credit t jr"'ij s iOn.ot rh 'Dk..et'aefed. and',inspected, and their "

f should be no convention a ; 'P ,- Cr'b. "'1 ?whetbir'actsb. a..WcUrilciiQ' former rank remerob ,Jh T4ill'pgss no T ha e s{01 t Jl1' inflow, i tirA'.
+ that there
+ gr.: 'r
,,'f ter decided upon C Wnae .J,. ? i1h. [ i o f dde''ittethhilEn Of higher ihiraitw;tten ft&sA their..own nation carried 1'an ex ". efontI; :
r ., ., I *a4 that Gen. TATW shouW be the candidate Democratic press of this State with persecution Florida into the Union,were done by authority chooses to'aUt.w." to Glasgow,472. miles. ,.In 10 hours ''a"






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member of I The -hi 1 Ij i_ e. _
\* fiict that no single tthe Royal follJf.Ugi g paper i.- PnAtJ\-zr d v. ." L
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th6EeTdttUon; lias. refnllpf interest bfn.uL '. ''De t ( m ".:1 ;' < 't"{ .
11..Wured during. ,; ,* i i jT i b'i < h : M : J.1SI u1Q1S1'1 ;. O
f1reatOf 8_ 4ti ir ri. .l.th ta,1)"' d M-ll1
'nIJI.LAn. 1t
withheld that profound ympathyfori1kLbruLne 's&tDLJJI1.n : "IT" T"rf *V* .&4 snd idiTi t .
; ob3.bY which otherwiseiegtiired. 1\appears thA th,KiDgeer8npe the4eatJi] d'tk'strwts3** 'Ci'OW\ltd hritKVm Uitnots Peaiib ezTfIed"rttst'eViatisvine and occuQjiJ'W TU )l iD c1' fth :,t n.. Yin g,._, -
they might nEsq4 '- .t.I '. .,, .. .
of Madame Adelaide b1:1o much of his :of politicans cong .tnlatihg| a4b'otber6he '" "f".n' sam" t -
: ,enaIta v p:11 oWl a, ?
.. On the /theh careereened death WiLb ';reply to accommodate, .Boarders .
ontral7 '-
"" and gben up ia aom..degree his.early,hah- bloto'the Starfer infl nce kd TrMeUers aUei'.th 1.1ija1 or Mait etatIz2s21tIer cWa of1tihdJ1 ih Ikt
> tinge of ridicule in thenta an 1 the 'to- t i1t1Atb dtmUsiW 'hi.S' i.ft1 the ...'
a slight punctuality famines f ofwhich and hopes exertions kpown as ,-f,Joseph's 'L ; .
"'... TheLondon Times gins the .-.he had e.lwajabeen, distinguished.. On-tae. Jjaradirig the'tdwand:the cro"ditre: hutxaing comfortable by a He t tomakeia has guests as Icmg. 'h.D.. _m1it ''f W. t r rsgwU11280.M
of the Revolution morning Thursday he had risen somewhat later at'' thei office'of thePrestbn QnaMianf;the liberal d a fi tat, stabUng, otW Woiig ii:(6.F2 / LI&SOrt.3Qc

ieg ludicrous: picture than usual) He.;said that Jhe_had. passed a P apef here:; f TheireTOltliascomelilWith*sliotk .4t-&. <. 'GrO: -aALP1rr: U 1 inIJJnd) j..Tod t t b1"i '
'l'eft"tct upon Louis Philippe and his fam- restless uight and that.he.jras weary both in of an earthquaktr nteC-onzerftttIe7i iTe41i t l Ne : ( Apnri5ls.m '* t. Ward as agent 3 000 acres belonging V;.
sai. mind and body, with the petitioning of the two : T r*anticipated.,'Oth nri '1i.D .. e ,..!.*:?-. if/* -' -t- -
, royal dukes Nemours Stanley, ld be returnfed !!'and itiras tbimglitlhat 350 acre3 belonging;Whe tO endS.7mo ii
hive described was a sober and so- ( awl -Montpensier) for : S3 0 0E10UE I.Jziot'icU ii-i :. !,
: .I we that which knew liaving"once secured hurseatforthVconn- ; .above .arid being within the'C nt ,1J ( t\I
\tat we now come to reads likehlPreIKerQus they he could,not: .#He ,. ;
4r. incidents of a nursery tale. A had been writing all;the pr eveningin ;ty town; :there' ld'b fair cnanee;.for:his MONTHS after datcLiI shalUpply to Tat:I._ THOSUD't.ITH"Si: riB-.iia\'t. i1

$ boys, ,and some-women pours his own' ed-roow and a,sealed ;letter to the contesting the'Northern ditision of.tbe'county, JC ,?th Judge' of.Probate of Dnvil county, for ," .' t.- "-'':.)-,'Izocio..,a.CQflDJd..
artirans whicHih ;' leaved sellEO ofUKe real the <,1.' .f flU Q
Queen of. father'qraierly frepmentedLrThefollowirfifs Jacksonville. iI .1' _
Sorb streets In P ris. They make for .Belgium was amongst. the papers estateshall "( QJ.VUlJ_. .
the thestatVbf theWl1*' '4* Swa* late'Henry'Barnard'Jr" be.sufficienttfo j -"-> -- i1C' ''
thousand found upon his writing-desk. We understandthat .. -.l,' t k !
infantry ; .
vSace.: Eighty cvaryggti11er "*r j3 ] tlie Jof the ltebtaofaa1ddeceased. : :Srll 1\
Armstrdnis'r uTgjjgtjtj11 payment
Sheriffs .
the seal -
dumbfounded and stultified was respected, and that the letter

, f ifew minutes) are an elderly couple are aeenga1l'avfromthehubbub was religiously despatched to its destination.So -. Stanley." -i.1_. ..''I...... -' ".',,-., .''"'620" i"'l''. Administratrix Henry ETTA'Barnird BARNARD Jr.xlee.a / 1.*u Br\-frt >f a:writ!of:fi.-: f : .isd, .@zi* M
I they are thrust little fear was felt as to the result of the ; ,Court for the District of East .
, niihack-cab, and driven out; of the way.- day's debate, that the royal children were .:<>-'i."M. :, '.&:_.Q i-j. "*,:i.;."'-' -f hti.16'1<"j':. '. rtQt-x,1 ai .April 15\.1S4S.{n.\_" -* i: r 4wstt.ruEMAINUIO4nr Florida'for the'Connty'tlf"Duvai;:r>ill ttfpostf ifl "Vi
brought as usual to.the' and it __ jd..i public sale, in front of the'Ckjurtnbbielhthjsi
and t
King .
!! the Senate being
: rushes into proclaims : .- _
mob 't: .jJ uti"I. < ; '1" S ;OPLETT Towns
go\"ernment-which exists, which I Thursday his majesty had examined,as was his .fvoR. x1Ew.]i -.' 'J, : .S; of'Jacksonville'In said .County,' fylthe / t
"ruling republican the nation with great energy and wont on that day, all the copy books of the : WELCOME :TO FRANCE. the Post Office at'Jacksonvillejirhieh first Monday in October next, between tne lega V ?
Count de Paris and not-jtaken onthatdsy: ,a certain negrofemalfc.slavei .
and is already communicating with expressed his satisfaction ; out within three
55 Wrtment rtpreientatives of foreign powers. But let At the progress evinced by.the royal pupil in Hail.! glorious. "scion of.the'sacred. tree., months from date, will be"'returned 'as'Dead ; Called CHloe, and her child George :taiea' 4

the princes. We say it without inten- his.various studies. At ten .o'clock the children Oft lopped yetever springing'for, ii:again ;; tetters to'th'e:General" Post. fti at;' na ing-- in executionJas the property of JosepMlLhcasterto .

U follow disrespect, andonly as relating the were dismissed, and at that hour the Thy ,limb o'er shadowing,' let them ."id.spread ? ton:. .GJ c--i -- 1\ Banks satisfy an execution lirfavoY orG n a t
&Co. THOS. "''
&D1 EETJfflttlAug.j
g trIlth of the affair- No tamily<>f Irish strife' began by the announcement. of.M..EiniledeGirardin. be, B indeL': 7l847. -
ple ever so summarily! bundled out oftke."a1 "Nay, but I received him yesterday : EoJim E LuntH:Chas.-5 ,: Sheriff, &c. :..
was gorowdhey-stretch'lrom main to main.y J t O" Th above s 1iihas been
cr pers exclaimed the Bdrriey Arthur H' postponed to f
as was this illustrious group. The King, much, irritated, to ,: >. .: *' the,4 st Monday', November -
the in aiti Bagley MI'Mary' 'McNeili Mri" next. Oct & ," .
told had run back to a bureau aid-de-camp g. Pardon me. sire, i ; Dr/D.
we are Let man to man his birthright freedom yield; tSr The.above.sale .postponed.'untlllhft
I is::
Quet; but it seems it was not enough he says that his business is urgent, anA thattbesafety.ofthe Be be"W.:Orange3.;: McN iliJChaa;'
I fer some silver round Dor the empire 4ependsunyour ma or'eek to abrogate his \taker's laws. I''C', ,e .'. )brqiumd.IGH.' *' _first Monday December next;, :4'Ncr 5i
sent royal couple ,
.,ve Cloud bit] .vas,and a small sum clubbed by thettrtoal jesty's reception of his message." The King, :What need h<*of a more extended ,field,' ..Cherry,1. B.James 'Mftgeor'Johri first J3r Monday The- above ict J*sale is postponed until tet
,,tSt. usTy-next "D
GuArd. At Dreux,they were left withfffeJfr now interested, but not alarmed,gave the order Than his own nature's government and wars? CuiryMajorMoses i Murchee/John' '.' ..n The above sale is postponed until the o-10"H. 9'4
between them. Flying when for the visitor to be admitted.. .Itappearsby D" Manning ChaI *
piece ,
nc Monday February
onepnrsueth"they& get toLouis Philippe's once M. de Qirardins own:.account..that he was so Thrice ,welcome! much oppressed unhappy Dickinson N.Jft&: Middletoi'Mra., "Harriet J3 The above sale next.is Jan,7Kl848 j ; : kl4 3
gorsJa& r ''' postponed'until
with emotion that,. D N E.
chateau at Eu, which they are af- overcome for an instant he land'. : first iff
edebwted So there they disappear into could uot speak, and the .King said abruptly' Drink't r,C .T'E.DavisW.Jas. NixonVJ-Benj.; Monday March next. _, Febl2J5 S
to cnter. 'Tis will above sale is
uid so until
strange thy tyrants soon forget .' postponed; the
andin measured tone of "What ; 0 .
were to beat< Eu, and for a week no voice, more first
n&hat ee. is They all ,'e knew of them. Meanwhile the is now required by you and,your fellows. (vousa That thou rebellest when their ho and K .: Gates; Mrs/TV". W..:,. i ftS Monday The'a.bove"sale April is next. March:11 ffW
postponed until the
!I rest had dropped in, one by one. They come 'Cos paTeils.) have we not made enough concession Is on thy bleeding heck too tarshly set., Eub nk; Miss Maria. Ost.' eriJu' .'*: Monday in May.nex,. April&lit |m
i foreign birds dashed by a storm against alight.house. ,in ail! conscience 1" "There is yet another Eubiink'LR. .p. _- _._._. : |r* ? '
I like The Duke de Nemours and cer- one,your majesty-,which has become more O'er despots' tombs and. ,cruel ,monarch'. Ewingj, R.Ellen Pindarvis, Geo72'. : I Nassau Tax- Collector's Sale. _,' r3 i't3r:1;>AM : 1

ttin Sue Coburgs come one day, knowing necessary than all.the rest' "The it.cannotbe thrones, fO Price Miles the first Monday in May nextbetweea 3.5Kji> -

sotaiag of the rest. They p irted in the crowd. granted," returned the King, peevishly ; Let freedom proud her blessed banner wave Green, Thomas Price, John ON, usual hours of sale, will ,be old.'. $
Spanish Infanta for whose hand all the world indeed.. I have regret for. that which. already Green, J. John Philips, Tony Servant, the'State and county tax, so much of the nndU l
done.'? "And have I Let shouts of joy rise high o'er sigh5and'gr Griffing Cnpt. Leth 2 Pindarvis Mrs. Eadith v8r?
yaa competing only the year before last, scrambled so your majesty, for it is yided interest ofWillialnflfcktnnnand others! 0 1 *:
out another way, through by-roads and not yet enough." 'ilQutst-cca. 1e!) exclaimed And, bury slavery in one common grave..: Godfrey, Dr.' John_ Pindarvis Mrs.' Elija. ofthe Waterman lands, .is will pay the sUm'of -

tack-doors; and-strange event-is likely to the King, interrupting him;with great vehemence. Guernsey. Norman 2 KGrumby seventy-five dollars, and the cost and charget
Drink not-too freely of the dangerous R. Wm. Ross Mrs. H.
Spain an English born sovereign, under draught,. ; G. attending the advertisement and 8aIe.theieof
pie Victoria's kindly auspices. No sooner, howetr *- The haughtiness of the expression which is Intoxication- follows on excess.- Gates: Josiah. Ross MrS R boundaries unknown to the subscriberTand. :" -|. '

have the fugitives found a friendly asylum untranslatable, the abruptness of the tone in Remember when the cup too deeply quaffed, Gray, Miss Hester. S ALSO,' -i.:

thLa they are obliged to seek another roof.- which it was uttered, roused the fiery, temper To poison turned that which was doomed to bless. I Grant,J. F .S o..bnll Thos. On the same day) will be sold so much ofthe J'ty- '4
Other princes, anJ princesses turn up here and of Oirardin, and he answered coarsely II Suarez, A. Thos.. lands of Mrs. Fleming, and A. Low, as will' *
there. A lady-iu-waiting rejoins her mistress.A uThe one concession more which is demandedby Let "Moderation" mark thy every deed; HoweRev., 'm. 2 'Sidbury. Miss Cath. the State and cOunty tax. The amount of the \j-.l 'kx'i

cabinet minister found. The children and the people is your Majesty's abdication,on Be clement just and to the erring kind. H6gans,Daniel' Summers,:S.SainL. taxes due on said lands is forty dollars. The ;
J. J.:
the instant too and without reservation." Higginbothara, 1' '
wvernesa arrive. The rencontres and reunions any Fleming lands lie on Thomas'
swamp. -
strange enough. A prince of the blood and The King started to his feet with such sudden Then surely'wilt thou in thine hour of need Hearn, C.' Theodore Tucker, R Willonghby A. J. BRADDOCK r:: "'

au ex-prefect meet in disguise, and do not knowone movement, that he upset the inkstand he had A ready helper in each neighbor_find.' Hendricks, John Towas, Sarah Tax Collector, Nassau county, ": I
another. Very late a youthful hire to the just been using, and the broad black stain may ASPIRATUS., Herbert, Mrs. M. Thebout, E. Mary February 19, 1848. .J"

crown of France iud who had been acknowledged yet be seen upon the carpet. He rushed to the Jacksonville 15 1848. Hendricks, Mrs. Wm.J. "WJ -

reigning king by the deputies dis- I window, whither Girardin followed him and April Wolcott, Mrs.Martha iVauoa County Sheriff'* Salt 4
COYUl-d at a channel island with his mother and pointing to the crowd, exclaimed, "Six battalions Jones, J hn Woodland, R, James the first -Monday in May before
brother. The two children had been almost I of National Guards surround the palace; MARINE INTELLIGENCE., Johnson, Martha White, M. Nancey ON the Court House door of the next county of

tat in the mob on leavingthe chamber, had been all are of one mind, and those who sent me here PORT- OF JACKSONVILLE APRIL 15th7 Junes' W. Thos.. Wilkinson, IsaacLewis Nassau, will be offered at public outcry, to sale

jot somehow to Eu, with their mother, wearied arc strong in their unanimity. Blood has been -- --: .L y the serviCes of Stephen Harman, ((3'free n groJ e44
-- -- ,
shed and now there is no retreat." ,.B. John 3 Young, C. C. .
*ad bearing muddy marks of roughtravel.- ARRIVED; to any person who shall take said"Harman for
Tkence by ho.ivy bribing, they had procured a Louis Phillippe grew deadly pale, and his JOHN Al.. PONS,. P. M. the shortest.period of time paying the fine and
|uuag to the first British rock. Thus are hand shook violently as he took that of M. :de April 10th.-Schr. Medium,King Charleston. Jacksonvil1eAril, 15th, 1848.. costs of prosecution; the same being'toi satisfy : '#

(hey driven and scittered bv the besom of revolution. Girardin./ but his voice faltered not as he'answered. -\prillOth.-Schr. Planet Griffin, Charl St'ti. ; a judgment obtained at the November, Term

] They arrive penniless, without a change '. ''You are perhaps; in the right, Mon- April 10th.-Brig Tecumseh,Hanson, N. Y. 'Gnardian's notice. 1847, ofthe Circuit Court-for, 'snid'county of
rfroimcnt, dejected and bewildered, telling one sieur. I will go down to the Chambers, not to April 9th.--U. S. Steamer Ocamulgee McNcI-. IS HEREBY GIVEN, that thirty Nassau{in favour ofthe State Florida againstthe

Mother their stories of'many strange adventures plead for myself, but to protect my dynasty.. ty, from Savannah, to Fernandez &Bisb e. -NOTICE from 'date, I will apply the' Hon. said Stephen Harman, upon an indictment

having each come a different journey At this moment the Queen,who had been watch- April 12th.-U.States Steamer St. Mathews Thomas Douglas, Judge of the Eastern Circuit: for aiding and assisting a slave to runaway

though starting from one point, and almost atCAe lug and hovering about the ap.triment in the Capt. Ilurbertj from Savannah, to Fernandez Florida, for leave to sell the real estate belonging from his master. A. J. BRADDOCK a. '

hour. greatest alarm appeared upon the door-cilL & Bisbee.CLEARED. to my.wards, Jane Adams Parland, and Sheriff of Nassau county'.Nassau t
She spoke not; she evidently did not wish to : : Frances Anne Parland, lying in Duval county, County,Fla,April 1,1848., .' :1m':
observed, for.she did not advance one step -- .. -_- .
LAMARTINFS MANIFESTO. I Florida two tracts of knownas r ,- -
consisting land
April 8th.-Brig London, Hayne,N. Y. : :4.-
into the room. She was attired in the deepest .
The Miniiesto of the Minister of Foreign Affair April 12th.-Brig Belzoni, Nichols, B sto. the Pa.blo'and :Magnolia .tracts, formerly Columbia County Sh rUrs' Sale* 3
mourning, and her silver hair escaped from beneath owned and occupied the late William BE SOLD on the first
12th.-Steamer .McNelty by McKay. ;, Monday in
of the French Provisional Government has April WILL .
a cap of black crape-her. face was so Savannah FRANCIS, M. SCARLETT; Guardian; A. D. '1848> .fore.'the'COU 1- .
produced a great sensation throughout Europe. pale and ghastly that she seemed about to faint 14th., -Steamer St. Mathews Hnrbert By GEEOORT YAIJ, Atty; House door in the Town of Alligator' within
April ,
The document is too lengthy to publish entirewe -her tall thin form bent not-but the agitation Savannah. April 1st, 1848.. St legal hours, the following property, to'wit>* : 4*. -
therefore the of the moment was so great thatahe was The south east half of the southeast quarter of Vf V&*
give following comments seized witk that palsied shaking of the knees to and the -vw .
section 34 south west half of the south '
from the Paris "National" of March 6th GARDEN SEEDS- Fifty Dollars,Reward, *% *{
: which she has been subject ever since the death THORBURN'S west of section 35 lying '
M. REED. in'township ft3&&ii
The nriaiiesto published by M. Lanvirtine: of the Duke of Orleans. She drew back as the A. r' BE GIVEN BY THE T 6, range 17,containing one hundred and sixty ?; 4i -
may be summed up iu two word French King passed out So great was his own preoccupation April 15, 1848. t.DOYal gned for the apprehen.. acres-levied on as the property of Willisa >r./v.Jx-<{ ? rj.:

Krpublic i is equally decided .not to declare war that he perceived her not and she safe delivery into the"i Cason,to satisfy a writ of mortgage fi. fa.issued ;
: tit anyone and to accept it .from whatevercaarter followed him thus in silence and with noiseless CONGRESS BOOTS, Gents. Patent Leather County Jail of the following ._ from Columbia circuit court in favor l : f
; it better the little heeding whither he was leading her do. fine Calf and Morocco B .. negroes to wit; Venis, a woman, Han- o/ .
Nothing gives step, t Shadrick Hancock,'. Wm. Cason. ..-, ; ; -,
ilC.1 of our own thought. From the very first ,so that he was not lost to sight. It was thus For sale by' A. }l REED. nibald boy, Georgiana, a girl, and-what chil- ALSO '. -
faoment we declared that France intended to that she found herself in the midst of the gardens April15, 1848.PJckles dren the above named Venis might have horned A na.medBig Ned" levied :"> ? ,
negro man ,on
maintain at the K.UUO lime the peace of the of the Tuileries,surrounded by a countless since she has been absent, supposed to be two the property of Daniel M. Stuart, to satisfy -
world, uni the right cf such nationalities as 'multitude, exposed to all the rigors of a stormy Preserves' Fraits. &c., or three,and Ellick, an old.African man. fi. fa..issued from-Columbia circuit court, in favor .

1'i hb to rc-coustitute or develop themselves.. sky, without shawl or bonnet, or any of the MIXED Olives, Capers Almonds, The above fugitive slaves have been absent of Raymond Coy, vs. Daniel.M. Stuart., .. kU .
The question not for our country to commence appurtenances either of her age or. rank. It Nuts, Raisins Prunes, Lemons for nearly four years. JOHN 'Mi PONS. ALSO ;

a prup.igo.ndbm by force of arms,still less war was at\Juchingsight to behold this eager solicitude I Fresh Lobster, Salmon.and Peas in cans; Preserved Jacksonville, March 25th. 1848.Administrator's 6m Lot No. 6, section 25, township, 6, south- of 4

conquest ; this tender love stronger than the fear i iI Ginger, Cranberry Jam and Jelly, Cocoa range J 5, east,containing 80 acres. Lot NcVtS
The only influence which! we intend to exercise -I of death, which actuated the Queen in this desertion Paste, Chocolate, Moccaroni, Vermicelli, Sale. of fractional section U5, township and, ;%
in Europe is altogerher pacific; but at theme of all beside her husb. .nd. And it is Yeast Powders, Soda and" Seidlitz do. WILL BE SOLD at public sale on Thurs above, containing 155 acres. Lot i-3ji.i range

time we do not hesitate to declare that weinc known of many who wound up to fierce excitement For sale by A. M. REED.' the 30th day of March, 1848, at tional section,27, township and' range aaTabove '.it

the right, and are bound not to allow to then cannot, now that all is over, April 15, 1848. the plantation oC the late Oran Baxter, all the containing 80 acres Lot";o. 4, fractional. &ec&, JI
remain under any menace such nations as are think of the scene without tears.It personal effects belonging the Estate of.Oran and :
tion 27. same.township containing 1
inclined to imitate closely or distinctly our glorious was not till Louis Philippe had reachedthe A. M. REED Baxter deceased.' Consisting of Cattle,.Horses., 80 acres.: Lot No. 7. fractionsectid1af'range
The treaties of 1815 fact Pout Tournant that he even became aware ? Ch &c.'
example. arc a CartsjTimberWheels, IU,Dogs Boats and -
'hand well assorted the same township range c6ntaininglWacres.
constantly- 'a ,
which international policy ought to take into of the presence of the Queen. It is said that H stock ofGroceries : TurningiLnth,'Cotton Gin and fixtures Car _.Lot No. 3, fractional section,5Bj; Samft
account; in right they have ceased to exist.. his smile of recognition was a strange and fear- penters and Blacksmith Tools Sugar Rollers & township and containing' 50'acres.' w'Loi

Imposed by conquest, and maintained by the ful one. He would have turned. Perhaps his Provisions, Dry Goods, Frame'-Work-and, .Sugar House' articles 1'large No. 6, fractional range section 36;same townddp'aid
ueness of the old government they will not memory carried him back. to another crowd SugarPan'rsilver' Watch, Bide,..D'ouble range containing 59 ares It-No1fracti.
Hardware ,
serve any longer as a basis for the public right which he had seen before upon that self-same ,. Crockery, &c.,.,viz. ;' barrel Gun, Plough,'Whlp S\1V''.and other Saws, al section'36, same townshIp. Hdirapge-ebi: ; "
Besides, it is who first violated and dreaded to advance. Just then '; Saw frame Grind Storiesy Lot or and :
Europe. not we spot a Superfine Flour,in bbls and7%b.b1s j Mah6gany taining-80 acres. Lot No. 2j-fra:tipnai:sectica
them-the northern powers tore them to squadron of cavalry meeting the crowd issuing Pilot Bread, Sugar and Butter Crackers;. sundry other articles.of plantation use., "36, same township and range centalhingMBOacres. '.4
pieces at Cracow. And the victorious from the ofthe Tuileries. bore down ALSO his interest in the tract of Land known -
yet republic gate upon HHUIS,Bacon Pork.F MBeef,Pickled Tongues; Lots $o.'5 & 6"; fractbolsi'ctiOn2 ;
,a hundred times more prudent and more the mass. A gentleman seized the arm of the Mackerel, Codfish Salt Rice; as the Richard 3lilltraetsarnpiand; containing containing togetherSO.acres .-LotirNo/'l,$%

moderate than they who took advantage of our Queen to preserve her from the danger\ She Goshen Butter, Lard, Cheese, i White Beans, : about. 500 acresilmore- 0l"-). ;'fractional section 13j township and Tinge jand:6 ,
defeat,consents not to disperse at the point of&e turned in frensy upon him 4eemiug it an attack. Irish'Potatoes; M' : ; < T.( orIoLES,| ) above,' containing together 403 '25-lQtf"acre

sword the last shreds of the Congress of Laissez .moi, Monsieur? ,exclaimed she in aloud Sperm Oil) Candles; Administrator" "*.. .Levied oii 'as the property"of William10: 8 'i%
Vienna. By the sole force of things, in virtue and angry voice and,, seizing the hand of Green and Black Tea Rio and Java Coffee;. ,v 'JacTisbrivnietMarch'4lh' 1848.: .' satisfy wjit'ofjfi: fa. .issued from Colombia
f the strength of the democratic principle the the King,dragged him with undaunted.courage Muscovado Sugar, N 0 Molasses; t Theztbovesal .is. postponed'until the circuit court-In favor Joseph ThWaffsva.

emancipation nations ought to be accomplish- towards a little one horse cSadiae which stood Stuart's RefinedLoaf: ,;Crush'ed) and Pulverised first.day;,of. pext.. April, .1.. William. 'Cason.TkFITZPATRIC ,0
The hour deliverance has been advanced upon the qu iy, and, forcing his Majesty into it, Sugary, .1 71 Sheriff' -Columbia cl2nt7&; .

iftr years whether it strikes a few months took her seat biside him .while.Marshal; (Gour- .Brandy,-Rum, Gin .Whiskey- ; Alcohol, Turpentine l' I. ', iY.OTIC_" \ : Alligator l'F1a. April 1/1848_ .:.;. ,' llm_.:'q -
er, or a few months later, is not the ques- gand, who by this time had pierced. the dense ; i 'f3>;l) ; ROB.TES .OF.iDUVAL; -_ : d- -';__-, l'l.
tion. What is important is that the necessity mass of people,and joined his Majesty,spoke in London Porter,.port,Madeira and Champagne ..OFLIUDGE..jF.. p. EXECUTORSADMIN., Duvni'Itiilitiu Claimants
erLh tact be hence-forward out of doubt forttj a low voice to the .. In AIl ill8tant-the Wine; .., ISTRATORS,.GUARDIANS,AND OTHERS.AU. .- THE non-commissioned'officers and privates # 4i4 .
oae that knows how to see aid to compre little vehicle set off at a furious gallop along the Cordials, Confectionary, Pr "es&c.'J .Executors'Administrators, Guardians,Trustees Captains Bush;PrIce; and Snare V onpanies > ,

hend. quay,in the direction of St Cloud,and the monarchy A Complete Assortment./Dry Goods, ,-,0 : of Infants) jCwatprs,_are herebl.o\'der-' Florida.Momrted Militiajforservieeinthe !-

There Is no longer any want of armies to dia- of.July was no more! Calicos Ginghams, Muslins,.Bonnet'andTaffetaRibbo'ns ;ed to render an account tomo,:pf theirvrespeo-. rears vr>v '1S9*__ i--1 _?:wno Eave iV"Liii.T), fsJr'_tJ dthenecee.4L .

Rate ideas of liberty in the world. .Theerzu ; .. ..,c .*.. 'i:, Adininistrationa,Guardianships,and trusts,' latibgto hiJQasoftli :
which were scattered in Europe by our Sh tings and Shirting/bleach'dand.'unblcach'd;; attheAprU-Tjerna7a848jaf9resaid.CourtTrhich rdderefldt6bwitb ', 4
(From the N. Y. Morning Star, 31st ult.) '
irst revolution and nurtured.by long years of'Uagles LATEaFOMLODON. Irish:Linen, Diaper, Bishops and Long LawnjCi Commences,.on.Monday,.the. {3d day;;of.:April; -deJa", 'Thpapersto'b sIgedzreIeTith' ; -
And oppression, are about to burst ONE DAY. > < .Cambrics Jaconet,Swiss,and cross bar Muslins; and.all:Guardians.are..particularly Bordered,JoreAder.im CoLPon; a-the 7' J',St"H ei i'1 yJb& -
forth into flower. Already Italy has roused Resignation of Lord ,John :.Russell-Cabinet' Hosiery, HdkfsGlove9: ,.Suspenders; f ?idii : aciwun ot. ihctagesjof;,tbeirvreBpec : au at tii1., omc. ,. ; "4-JREGO.BY YALt J

aerself from her sleep ; Spain and Portugal Councils on. Saturday 'Evening:Important .Tickings Linen.and_Cotton.Osnaburgji HK! '1 Uve rard4"Vi. whether they-.axe.nowl )any : .T'J ? Agent-DnvalCompanies&dI ? j

Jrainia. the pains of child-birth; mutilated Concessions_ Ireland. Wine white andbrown. ;;'LineniDrilliforcpants, and what,tschool.. ,PEbcBSSwill issneagainstDEFAULTEK& ,.,-, _j.-------i'-b vll1"I n 4i_1S4''f'_ -tf.r
PoLb9d throws towards us a glance of hope ; Lord John Russell's resignation was positively &0. &. &0. .I"l .-. '0 .rdi ,01 .f l"'t1-? ? ; WM. F. CRA.BfREE,J' I I9lH tic ito Deb L ct

Belgium starts convulsively, and the United decided upon cn Saturday,Evening. UeqarSiJJ; \ ipghmandttthi, in steel; :t., it ,.7pdge.pf nbu.te D. C. : -N}) VJ 1.J l11n1 Legatees dUinl tt: "; .ts1tI. aC 4
ts and' England clap their hands at the ac.ce51on Despatches announcing. hu contemplated resignation ', and whale bone frames; ; 1a bql1l ,HiJ! f.caJ: i i.r ., "i "
of our young republic. What can the were forwarded to Dublin, the Intel' .H ar ttp.tKnhca.ScissOraraa rsj;| (.r u.J' "..I ".f f LL' p d eLted to the Eslatco r.f b

ftil designs of the absolute monarchies dot.ins .ligence.appearing in the Dublin papers of Si.tuxjday ; Nails, Hinges, Btitts, Knives ad Forks, Spoons,1: -- --.- .m"T.UA1U..1L. li4 ; :; 4an1aefThval' r'' c' izntde* *.- a *T 4j'
t the whole world. The coalition of the ,_March 11.. : :T tr rea. ;ray;.5.tftn fctu #bm 7tPb "f 'JfJO rie .lJFAM.I" ]".\Y-0(30MPAN a ; ON !! :are requested make immeaiatepaynientjlaiaU ;
forth w possible; the narrow prejudices which Cabinet Councils were held in Dowmngstreet .Collins.AxeSj anuners,.Hatchet Sa;;. &d : r. I- person$ hay i ngdcpaiads ngunatXd Ptate,
blilee sepirated nations hare been dissipa- ,on' turday'evening,"and during the,day,J brd Carriage Wrenches, Halter-Chains,. oLlj.Ke1'r : t DeWnres onC&ses"p rif enfcbn&d.Cure:!: m d'to"'re s1iIit1 tAnda1l1tpt .
tied flenng 34 years of peaco. :Palmewton held a conference e withTJr, Bancroft ." Jes&c.tP.tr1 {' .i-t 11 d ':>3 T' %r Cbifsumpfidhl Asthmit Ditthi ,;: tii'-'o 1i 1 t t.to '

pres9nt a unanimous sentiment of.confiaence the U.s.Minister. .... -. -, }, .. / ; ;; 1I JQ1fl 41Jckr ..s j H. Jmd' J l iS 3S1i.J34'1rt28. diitrib'ujtion1.are"hereby;Notified to make their
and love anim Ltes Euro e. Sure of ourjweations The'Cabinet) it was .understood,bad under'J /A, ;Gooii'Ajiortm Mtof Crfletery.f Tin Ware. I; t'n' }"- t7 (f i J1otmrf,. !)e t,.I claims.'.' \within the;ioierprescri bed by law; oth-
the populations ;wonld not allow consideration unportant'cohcessions to Ireland, Slots,8h 9 rMfiaX Women's ud. Children's: M sIrl .th,1u tiIWbe&1
f enu fesfc) be abused by their kings, and ir- and a considerable xterision.of: the.elective Boots and,Shori r.ornll kinds.A ; 8hdeirae. &id Chesxa6ei 1n $tMIIzt1tanyL : :
tated absolutism would-not find any more sol- ..franchise., in'.the, United. .Kingdom i was'talked variety oftFjuwy Articles Pprfumery-. -, i 5G t&.ThheSilyerj3jyjnai Jjpg' __ .March 25thyl8J8.vv_ t.'f. ': : !\ E&j1 ; ;

era'Cora new WAr of117801- InproclaimjSRepublic -' Of.: : ..- y& ft .-..., tt *l -.ft'-. .. &c, .:-_ . i ,lett& gominal .tAb-1 -- ----- z:4
t .e' have -proclaimed -universal4oiy. I Douglas Jerrold,'mmedjatelj after,,his -, Jacksonville,Apri}|5j'18 J6. ly' d apportcrsperfeci.S3.tp $lO, for all: f. h" '_ NOUIT.i!" T : 4

The reign, of democricy is cpmiaen- :val.at Paris; hid in internew with XamarGne; ,U__:_ ',/' 4iOI 1 tt '- --I "'I,;,j. V 4:7t0470t-.1 .ItP F liPI!; rr l1e.,: .._wJ.J., Mo b; :;-SYV accountsd Jl.1 lONTHS'aft* iAnchrs d te'I 4S'sh nprese :

rugj i.tne oil treaties do pot merit being bro- who received him.in JLhe.most cordiatIt ;w"ner ...> r.Ji I 1f.O I .tir. .t;'? < 1TJr71Lt ,dea-Bsq -Fd ,P1 iS bcx s, ,.-+:.+ tW.-.F.:1.--.jr'l Liecu4e&Ptr$ 'u'. _
STwlently-they will'fall tb::pie'ces before .was reported,Uuthe Jia4JeM EOmq! Ito JS "BOLD' 0!.1.,h .. : ,8Tem ere 1a'Q '.Q f'rt'&J.p r lZ.or J.'n r ,1 '. "
t.'rY..Yiia rPio
will .v 7'M''Ii' 'f" -ir' ,,1i',1 1 .gi el gbtflpin hea&to: deceased, to. ge .. ttt.or..u
of the uP.flPPOTt !
people. The 'mere aacendincy repair to Paris.by,-a committee. !! \ iitri, -.iv-,If.r. "T.* 't i : ; "<
:r Our t unp1e SUfficeS ifc out idea to bring ulsot_ 'London. ., rrr"11"1i j oetween rf ) the N usual>< rGiKe'OIJ'i ; ..aMcircuxtifere&ce of person;next;the suy.fuce -!
I !' -9 : :
;:vIt_ lI1rork of justice and reparation.-s! M. Negro.Wbnianbelonging'fo the"is ejofJPriscU-; ; pat YOk1h',hipa-j jlf Rupturf,mention! .
urttne, therefore, is in.,the right.to,say- TRiUMPH'OFLBEftALOPINIONSirLANI. la Mattairr for the benefiiof thelieirsind '-q.uce' U not declare war-and" lei us affirmlt ., ca h.J- :ISAAC'VABN, Jr<. J .iAdd.i4' .; ritcuj7o7'Ay ; ntnt1ilw.9.'.
1411,no one will*** to'declare war against .JzoiLi- ". D'I---r! -,'t.Thts.ih'Twpc1l,. :"-dInIstraXorwith. the:_: t : NCW rJ 'PM"' .1oi'It: i 6.t.. lt 4-ip.YJ1lY.- -_. '" ,

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!! SSesaiaEabanksleft this County about: the rLmj : le r 1JlJRl/ .
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,. tejT'of May last now, tmt .l4yi to 1l'wtlrt&uennonto, on i
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J; .*, '" Satd ubanks is about 26' ,or.28- yearS of age, : (LATELEt&JUD8ON,): t _!"'+. 1'n.fn1Ji n t,tax48 rl-JiJI ,'AND WINTER; MEDICINE .Ii fal.b1thatit1i' 'lI
'" ; Tlie ti bcatityatid' eaperiority cf tblaSai.piiflaoveraIlbotherremdies .
;'f' :? rathTir spare made, bfo across,the shoulders, iVE'SO1Y'WARE 4,4omei4crtiaement ,
W ** .b t:;six feet in height red: or sandy-'hair, OccupyUhe: b 'l1pBgJ QI"'A' ..8._.! a Isi iei'a.aiJitdiieghb1t 9eAlcct'J t4itveuttv .
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"f r ehbulders stooping, face 'round, complexion tit 1'Ui UTeTUnitearefrbmjUiecitgriofgayannah., ,-i St' 'ibtio t 1 "for any.,ofe 2"
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fit light:or., sandy,and blue eyes-oDmplains Artic7e9f "* u f" 't "o UItD"QWA ,: } J9' .1't 1fe1 p Jtl1-41 a to' hieh"fQI' %
t; ;. breast, i.ndhas a cough that causes'hoarseness where*!reside!andmany from yoiur, wa State, ..1 iS&tto Ocleanse and strength en j-' time of life. Thiaperjod7 ,
: ,.: ;, -dresses genteel, and when in this neighborhood P RIN TED ,.OrA LIOOES. where the .Mdnelsuaedwitz great'tad a* 4Z. {w eoim pU D can.be/cured,* t. v.i ? tal'lear8 b1uaJng this i .1aet'It

passed himself off as a Cumberland Pres- Their\presfcntj Stock.consists Of fflearlyg' toniahing success,. .;ii Ji -r9ieUt;o"ft'hcf superior -- bl'ODoch1tlllr.cousumptioneliterConpWnt-. lea rouble 1brthoe .ho'. .

;*. \ byteran i Preacher-he also professed to belong One Thousand Packages 'i .to tanjr-- other.Meicine.. for the 'cure ofkwiiAtrn 4 ri oldscoughsy- C tarthjt asthma/spit'ttlagOfbloodsorenessintheCUSt ., womnbopd-u it.laca1cWated to- ,_ _
s8,'-; to the Odd Fellows Society. From the account Embracing some THOUSANDS: of..different Feyer a4d liu ; injkheveryshort u. f" to : by.Quickening.the.bl"-.U

1 '*:: Liven us. the said Eubanks was arrested near patterns and colorings and comprising'every space.h.of elve' ',.u.iitlia. ne'vebeen t'J ;"hectic jJus.bt night.sweats,.diffi* )\... Indeed,this JDediC ia .

,,, '*: Tampa Bay, in East Florida, for his misconduct thing desirable' in .the".line, FOREIGN,,And known 3to. fail well-' .;!"a"'certain, : :cur'-'The .1... aft.Jctilt or profuse expec*' *? all- the diseases tol"J1l :irom_'_ "
,'y .*. ;, and. as he passed himself for J. Rober- DOMESTIC. ,r Medicine is :a harmless and. a"* tasteless. ones ,: '' i.oniLtIo andtnff.t It braces the ,whole reai5 J

.4", -?> son, he was brought to Montgomery by the All of which are offered /or sale for'cash.or which"will make .it the most popular Medicine 1..1' : 'in the.side&Co. c J tbtl1;the (natural*&!.?... .
_\.j: Sheriff ofBenton County L Florida, upon the satisfactory credit at theLOWRTPRICb8, in the Southern States.'nThe Medicine contains '.' i> .have ad- impurities the body-not. 1'u'
:--,!:& supposition that he was Jesse Roberson, who by no mineralpreparation whatever, but is a can'be' '-.* the system as ,to ptodute a a y

I.; -,,\ was charged with forgery, and who broke jail thePIECE OR PACKAGE.New harmless Vegetable tter only. To Planters, s"j J. .*, cured- tion,'which is the case of most ..
, .* .' in Montgomery spring; but, as he proved received this Medicine is'aN valuable-preparation as it Probably there never,was a remedy;that has for female weakness and duttsfc ,
Styles almost *
..' ". be Jesse Roberson he was set at liberty: are every day, does been successful in desperate cases of DISEASE '
not to and of them for sales cures all i cases in twelve'hours, and not so consutop OF THE BE.i1 .
!* *' have to believe he will make his many "are got up ourpwn tionasthiaft cleanse,and strengthens :
i 4ad we reason and not to be found elsewhere. require anytime: .to. be lost j''all.that is.to be TUBE(AND RoPsYL
:. towards East Florida. as his health is such and. to-heal the; ulcers on the tf
f t I : way Printed( lists of corrected done is to take the Medicine and.to.go to-work. system. appears NawYox,
;" Z: as'' to. induce him to make his way to a more day J3r:to day with variation prices! in the market;.from To the:Rice Planter it'IS'valuable Medicine, lungs, and''the patients gradually regain their 1s. 'TowisztnDeaybeen Sir:, l
every ,
I'r":\ Southern circuit. are placed in the hands of buyers. as it'does not contain-any'mercurial or mineral usual health.and strength. afflicted with disease ?Jt B?_ .

V ? SAMUEL S. SMITH. Merchants will be able to form some idea of preparation whatever, and is-therefore'a safe CURIO U8CARE.OFCONSUMPTION. with terrible, rupture for over bee

, C.'**:., THOMAS J. SMITH. the extent and variety of our assortment whenwe Medicine for those who are, liable to. exposure.I There is scarcely'a day passes but 'there'are the greater ,part of. the time '6kT

I' .' ;! H. J. HARRELL. stat that the-value of our, usual stock, of byotI, 'do'not let me have tax"you so number of cases' of Consumption reported as troubled with shortness otbreathandpn

:*' ,'4 Cahaba, Ala, Sept. 18, 1847. Nov 2- this ONE,ARTICLE, is at least twice the value of often with :advertisements certificates,.,&
I L*.*.l .i T a Term of the Circuit Court of the Eastern the entire stock of dry goods usually: kept by has already.proved,itself,to be what I say it,is, Thefullowi was recently received':: tressing, .ahd has frequently _.

I '*' i? A Circuit of Florida, held at the Court our largest wholesale'jobbers. This fact, together and the,greatest proof is., every body ,is recommending "_ wDa.v TOWKSBTID Di r'si,1"Por.the"Inithre leave-her bed, T rupture watf...
f :I1\; day of November, in the year of our Lord,one attention, instead of being divided among a vast cure.for the Fever and'Ague.*?:AU' you have'todoii 'debility;and"nervops consumption oft the last such cases .with but little;benefit iffS

::' : thousand eight hundred and forty seven variety of articles, are devoted wholly to ONE 'to ask your neighbor what he' thinks of stage,*and did not expect to ever.gain my health had, taken but'three bottles of,'.It *
! Humphreys' Remedy forFever and Ague and; all/ 'After coun of mcdl.cine'n medicine she was
.=, ." Present: will render the advantages which we can offerto i at 'going through/ entirely relieteci.aq
t; :t; '!'' : The Honorable GEORGE W. McRxE, Judge dealers perfectly obvious; and 'it' shall be of course to be convinced, you will try it, at d i;the care/of nie of the most distin of the heart, and .the ruPtllre.. ..

J *. our care that none who visit our establishment least I hope so. Here is my offer to any Planterof guished regular physicians and members of the tlrely.diiappeare&t "
" !;:.:., Henry Bennett" ) for Divorce. shall meet with any disappointment.' -- v South Carolina, who will either call on'Doc't Board Health m'.New.York and' elsewhere, She baa also had the dropsy,.tad fa 'f

; .: :- vs. > Bill 4I Our assortment is complete at all seasons of P. M. Cohen;'f 'Charleston, 8; c.or, myself in and spending.the.most of my earnings in attempting much swollen. We had to idea ttat At g
;t :dj Nancy ) the city of Savannah and either of us will give be benefited.- she bad
'.10 IT to the satisfaction of the <\>urt the year. LEE, JUDSON & LEE. to regain my health, and'after read such&CCJ p
I l'i.:' .. from affidavit filed that the Defendant in the P. S.:B. F. LEE, formerly of the firm .of enough for twelve cases, and if it does not cure ing in some" paper of your Sarsaparilla I resolved diseases. Butithasasstraaw ub '
;r entitled resides without the State Lord & Lees and late senior partner of the original ten out of the twelve,we will refund the amount to try it After using six bottles I found it pear relieved her of the dropsy r
t above
t :. ; ':' of'Florida and cause beyond jurisdiction of this firm of Lee & Brewster, from whi h con paid for it. You are to see the Medicine takenas done me great' good and called to see, you at that, this statement is so strup0,

t i Court motion, ofsaid, Complainant by James nection he withdrew some time ago, has resumed I havedirected.' your office; with your advice I kept on, and do almost like fiction, but it i_, J1eterihe =
d: -:;.. on his Solicitor business in connection with Messrs. Lee & Owing to :the heavy rains during the past most heartily thank you r your advi e. 1 per reality., Your Sarsaparilla is eerUi5virSuable

.i : .. W.Bryant, Esq., That said Defendant Judson, and assures his friends that the new summer, and which still continue, all the low severe in.taking Sarsaparilla,and have been medicine. -and should be used tons
It is Ordered appear
',;. ,: itnd i said, Bill of Complaint within four concern shall have the same pre-eminence in lands are underwater,which'will cause a great able'to attend, to'my.usual labors for the last one that is suffering as we haT beti. ,IfS

; ''* r iionths answer the same will be taken as confessed this branch of trade, which formerly distin deal of this disease on the Rice Plantations: it four'months, and hope by the blessings of God disbelieve this account, they are at Utatvu
t :?. ,her.or guished the other two houses to whieh he be will be too advantage to procure a certain and your Sarsaparilla,to continue my health.- call at my house and have ocular demo_!

f\ ;r.' .' against And it further Ordered That a copy of this longed. June 25, 1847. ly and speedy remedy; you can'do so by applyingto It helped me beyond the expectations of all that Yours, respectfully .*
; either ,of:my Agents or: myself. Ask.for knew my Case. CHARLES QUIMBY. WILLIAM TOWSER 1 Jam.l:
of this Court ,
f ; order duly certified by the Clerk .
f .. 6e'published in some newspaper printed within 'Orange, Essex Co.N.J.. Aug 21847. .,
1 tlxe Eastern Circuit of Florida for the space of BOOK' SELLER AND STATIONER, AGUE. State of Nero Jersey, Essex County, $.-Chas.Quimby DYSPEPSY. \
I.;.,. : four months consecutively. South side Market (next door 'to Ver- The Medicine is for sale by the following being duly sworn according to law, on ,No fluid or medidine has ever been.d amir.
; ? sqW\reI named gentlemen who are the only. agents for, his oath'saith that the statement is ed which so nearly resembles the
i 'I; OSCAR HART Clerk of said Court,do hereby stille, Luff boro er's Shoe Store,) Ptrk
..7 the sale otthe GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY,whereit true to the best of his and or saliva in food
;according knowledge decomposing and
...: certify the above to be a true copy of the order G. strength
I". made and entered of record in the above entitied 3Orders from the country will be promptly will be found either at wholesale or retail. belief. CHAS QUIMBY. the organs.digestion' as this r..rSargnparilla. -, ?
: Country merchant will make a handsome profit -'I Sworn and subscribed to before me at Orange, It positively cures
'* j;$ cause in said Court, on the date aforesaid. filled at the lowest prices. every emf
IN WITNESS WHEREOF I hereunto March 11 1848. by selling this-medicine. A liberal discount the 2d August 1847., CYRUS BALDWIN, dyspepsia, ,however severe or chronic., ,j'I
i.i.j ; _ly made to Planters &c by the dozen. Address Justice of the Peace. BAB.K DEPARTMENT
: set hand and affix the Seal of I ,AtBAsy,May 10, lS4.
f'#.' '.1 lu ci.J said my Court this twentieth day of CLARK & LAWSON, W.. HUMPHREYS, Jr.. DR. TOWKSEND-Sir: .I have beem 4j .
FACTORS AND GENERAL COMMISSION MER- ATholesale and retail dealer in Drugs .TWO CHILDREN BA VEIl for ;several years with dispvpaia inJU twi
.,. December, A. D. 1847.
',..' OSCAR HART Clerk. CHANTS, Savannah, Georgia, tender their services Medicines, Chemicals/PeVfumery, &c, Very few families indeed-in' fact we have form,attended with sourness of stomaek .

II' ,'4 Dec. 24th 1847. ,4m to planters and others, and solicit consignments : SAVANNAH, GA. not heard .of' one that--used.Dr. Townsend's of appetite, extreme heartburn,. and ,a..
Wi''t __ on cotton, and all other kinds of country I Sarsaparilla in time lost any children the past aversion to all kinds of food an&fot3g,

*'*z. In Circuit Court, produce. They are agents for the celebrated .. THE OLD PALMETTO STATE. summer, while those that did not sickened and .(what I could eat) I have been unable tYrta

; "'-i EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. Etowah Mills, of Cass county,,from whom they .A' ,VOICE FROM ,__CAROLINA.. died. The certificate we publish below is concluSive but a small portion on my stomach. I(rie4l&i

CoUNTY DUVAL: IN CHANCERY. are weekly supplied with Flour, fresh ground, C v".. ..' OF and equal to Northern flour. They* also'keep O 'Agent; '' Th s: J* S. Parr of, Graham my. instance of its saving the lives of children: effect in removing the complaint I va i&dp
:*v',: Anna Morley, ) on hand, constantly*.'osnaburgs and yarns, yule S.'.C.:, .-" DR. TOWNSEND-Dear Sir: I had two chil- ed, about two months since, to try our El.fl
;; .;* vs. > Bill for Divorce. from the Planters and dren cured of the of and 1
; : Eatonton Cartright, Mr. William Humphreys lr.. by your Sarsaparilla summer Sursuparilla, must s.iy with 1ittIt.
\ ",.. John Morley. ) Cedar Shoal manufactories which sell at and one' fidence but after
: they Sir: hand toy 1 the certificate of Mr. R C.. complaint dysentery ; was only 15 ; ,using nearly t JW11u.J
.,C* TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, the manufacturing prices. Watts, in,favor of .Remedy for.Tever: :and months old and the other 3 years They were found my appetite restored and the h rtW1

i*. A by affidavit filed,that the Defendant in the March 11, 1848._3m Ague; 'he is a man your'of giity-iLnd' his testimony ,,very much reduced,.and-we expected they would 1 entirely removed, and I would r.rn .Jto

'rj" *. bove entitled cause resides out of the State of WM. S. ,LA \Vl'ON is consequently undoubted. I die; they were given up ,by two ,respectable commend the use of it to tbose'wjioafflicted t\
.:. Florida, and beyond the jurisdiction of this Yours physicians. When the doctor informed us that as I have been. Yours &&.

r : Court therefore, On motion of said Complainant FACTOR AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, ,. respectfully,THO8.i. S. FABB.Grahamville we, must lose them we resolved to try your .WNW. yANyZANDt

*.J. by James W.Bryant, Esq her Solicitor, Charleston, S.. c! S..C. Sept..18th 1847. Sarsaparilla we had heard'so much of, but had N. B. Purchase butsnchas Have rappers
".* ,'.It is Ordered, That said Defendant appear REFERENCES G. Jaudon Esq. near Jack. Mr W Humphreys, Jr little I confi4en /there being so'much stuff advertised that hide the bottle completely'and hw

.t.. and answer the Bill of Complaint of said Com sonville,E.F.; Gov. C. J. McDonald, Ga. ; C. M. Dear Sir-This is, to,certify that I.have'used, ;,that .ia-worthless:,but we are very the.written: signature of S-'P.,10WNSEND.-4

, .'4... S plainant within four months, or the same will Furman, Esq; Charleston, S. C.; Hon. F. H. your.,Fever and Ague Remedywith success. I< thankful that we did for it.undoubtedly saved Principnl Office, 126 Fulton-stSunfrnliisg
; < betaken as confessed against him. Elmore, Charleston, S. C. obtained the lives of both. I write this that others may N. Y.; Redding & co. 8 -t\te-st., Boston; I ttt
.. a supply of it from Mr. T.J. S. Farr
.. ; It isfurtter Ordered, That a copy of this Order February 19, 1848. ly_ your.Agent,of this place and-administered it, be induced to use it .Yours, respectfully, & SOn!. 132 North Secon .\t. Phd de1phll;*'

I :: duly certified by the Clerk of this Court, to daughter according, .'directions and-J+ I ". ,' ,: '.' JOHN .WILSON. Jr. S.;Hance. druggist, Baltimore; Durol) &' _
: '. be published in some Newspaper printed within TYPE FOUNDRY. my : : ''Myrtle-avenue.. Brooklynt Sept 15,1847. Richmond; P. M. Cohen, Cbarlestcn; Writ
that the disease :
am happy tto state left herin
.. :, the. :Eastern Circuit of Florida once a week consecutively 59 Gold, corner of Ann street, N. York. the LUNATIC*AYSLUM- & co. 1)1.' hartrcs-st. New Orleans: 105 Stl .,
of hours and her
.,':"v, *. for four months. THE subscribers have taken the Type Foun state course of health thirty-six indicates a certain, cure.present' .James Cnmmings Esq. one of the Assistants Pearl-st. Albany; It Van Iuckirk..2O2cort

1' THO. DOUGLAS, Judge. and will continue the business lately Yours,,& E.,.C. WATTS. in the Lunatic Ayslum B1ac el1'8Ldand,is,the .Market and Br d-sts. Newark, .J..a4)l(
conducted by Robert Taylor. They will attendto c. : gentleman spoken of in the following letter: .principal Drnggists and Merchant geaeIy
L OSCAR HART, Clerk of said Court., do Grahamville S..C Sept..14th 1847.
all orders they receive with .
may punctuality RifE UMJ1 TISJl. .throughout the United Mates 2ndqd
: hereby certify the above to be a true copy of an
; -
:. and dispatch. All the Type manufactured by This is of than four thousand .the Canadaa. A. M. REED
[ Order made and entered of record in said enti- AGENTS. only one more AgentjJacksonville
-P. \1. Cohen & Co. Charleston.
them will be Hand Cast and will furnish
... ; they of rh umatismthat'.DnTownsend's Sarsaparilla t1ot1ill
\ tied cause in said Court, on the 2Sth day of S. C. T. J. S. Farr Grahamville S. C. W": A.' cases -
; ,
; all kinds of Print,$ Materials of the best ;
qual has cured-The most severe and February 2 1848., ly :_&
March A. D. 1848. ;
1 1 >/- Cars el1i .Sa'rannah, .Ga.; A. :McLane & Co.
ity. Mr. J. A. T. Overend is still employed in chronic eradicated its .
cases are weekly by extraordinary -
IN WITNESS WHEREOF I hereunto set *
Ga.; Shotwell & Gilbert, Macon, S
the .
I'..* .-: [L. s.] my hand, and affix the seal of said superintending of manufacturing who have department.Proprietors not advertised Ga.; Dorsey & Knott, Griffin.Ga.; P.A.Moise, virtues : HOLMES & COi
.: '. J Court. OSCAR HART, Clerk. I, newspapers, LaGrange, Ga.; Winter &Epping, Columbus BLACltWELL'slsLAND, Sept.14, 1847. ,\,
for the subscribers, who may publishthis DR. TOWNSEND Dear.Sir. have suffered
4m haTeX5j
1!&;: 'ApriIl,1848.,: notice for three months, will be entitled to T Ga.nn.; Yf. W.Root K., Marietta, Kitchen,Ga..Augusta;. T. Patrick.Ga Salem J. A., terribly for,nine years with the rheumatism; I ill. their stock of Merchandizebuilding to tli&bP

t '1 NOTICE.JjERSONS receive pay in type, on purchasing five times ; ; considerable of. the'time I could not eat sleepor formerly occupied by the United "
\\-:1" r having an interest in the manage1' the amount of their bill for advertising. Sperry,/Houston county,.Ga; Solomon Goodall, work; I had the most distressing pains, and known as the Government Building-'die1
AtiantpGa. mCarrJapksonbo'r W 1t.'
; .: ZL JtTxnent or direction of the administration Old Type taken in exchange for new at 9 cts.. Anderson DatUm; 'Ymi : my limbs were terribly swollen. I have used have added to their stock. by the-late ani9i
Ga. E. A Burch Hawkins-
jopbn the Estate of- Payne, deceased, sued I per Ib.pr.. ; ; four bottles of your Sarsaparilla and they have from New :York full assortment of DryJJ*
1; :; jut before the Hon.Judge Probate for Columbia .The Type with which the "NEWS" is ville, Ga. ; Samuel Palmer, Darien,Ga.:; _Cole, done me more than one thonsawl dollars worthof Groceries, Hardware Provisions, .& -&

._ county "Florida,will please take notice that printed., was cast at,this establishment. Prescott& Flanders& Co.;Mabon Black Creek,, !lorida.; Lightfoot' 'good-I am ,so.much better.. Indeed I am which they are prepared to sell at iedd?

r.!', MJi subscriber, administrator upon such estate WHITING ,& .TAYLOR '; PMartin,Savannah ; Cun. entirely ,relieved. You are, at liberty to use prices. ,d.
.' ningham & Co. Dalton Ga.J..H.&-W. 8:.Ellis
under the of an act of the Legislature" Successors ,
provisions to RobertTaylor. .
J Williamson this for the benefit of.the afflicted.; They are now prepared to purchas&Ccti**
,' entitled (:An act to for Macon; M. C. Davisboro,.Ga.;,Win.
Florida provide 19 1848. ,
February 3m CUMMINGS. ,
: Yours respectfully; ; Hides and.other produce of the country,
R.T. i r .
Hodges Sandersville Floyd.Micanopy
re-establishment of the Records for the ;,. ,
S. !g e .of Columbia and for other State of Florida.1._ Florida- F.:A; Poullen,-'J cks nvilleFlorida, '; COULD NOT-WALK. highest:Market rates,. and make.'cash adT
jgkn'nty purposes, 'That 'Dr.'T d's" lathe : consignments to their ,friends in Sa_
.approved January 6th, 1847 will avail himself EASTERN :CIRCUIT-DUVAL COUNTY. R. 8. Daily, Laurensville, 8.C.. : wuse Sarsaparilla very '
t.,. :. the therein for the The United'States_of America, For sale wholesale and fetaillby 4t best remedyrfor 'complaints there is and.Charleston,'or New York.. .
privileges specified -
:: ', purgose ,
and thousands of They t have a new article;of Wrought
vs. F. A. POULLE1A Agent'for'Jacksonville: no disputing-thousands1
: of instituting copies in substance of all .
to the aforesaid administration The heirs of John McQueen. liberal discount by the d6 1ii. \ weak and' debilitated-females-that were prostrated Ploughs-to which they would* respectfully d.
: belonging jt'J M i _. :; : which females -the attention Planters., < .:
., .. can be found now on file in the Clerk's office of Application! for,the purchase land; OctoLe8th/IS4i_.*= ., by those diseases to are .
'I of robust Jacksonville Nov. 6, 1846. tf :
Amelia Ia1a w soon--in enjoyment -
jsald county papers and instruments(writing on d., \ subject r6 .
;: ; motion of C. C. Yonge Esqr. United Ti ! :
be substantial counterparts ,
to copies or .
purporting ON .FPRwARD&rALDrndnATTORETS :
It of administrator's bond, letters of admin States Attorney for the Northern District SOUTHERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA.; > .-,- ,.. 'N w-Yo, r': 1847. ,
1 jUtration and inventory and appraisement & / of the'State of Florida, it, is hereby.ordered IN AND FOR THE COUNTY'OF HfLLSBOROUGH 'DR./'ToWNsn -Dear Sir: My wife has for AND COUNSELLORS ;AT: LI''.

?ft4 q ;> '' which were destroyed by fire on the first, day that, the survey heretofore in this cas -directed Nancy-Parish, V IK CHANCERY-: 'the.JILSt'y .,been 'very sick,'and in a greatly WIT.L practice-in the- several Courts. of; '

'U 'of November, 1846. This notice given better to be made, of the lauds'aforesaid, be returned VS. >'' ', reduced stat *of:.health, being r duce i- by a and Equity,in the Eastern Circuit of FIori<&

J- toT enable the administrator to enforce his application on the 17th day of April next, before; iJames It1'anish.4-BillforDiorce: Variety complaints such as females are liable WM. A. FORWARD, St.Augustine' '-*

,:. before the proper tribunal for a discharge me at the Court House in the town of Jacksonville -' L T having been made to appear to the'satisfaction .' ':to;'she:got so bad at length that she was entire- LEWIS ALDRICH, Newnansville.' *. -.fc y
in said and the matter of theC9nfirmatlo ; of the Court that' ab1to-ra1k nd waS s h'etpless 8sachild '.' .
..J': upon final settlement. County, that by affidavit the above -Iy u ; Wl\IF.: CRABTBEE ;
} 4 / SHUBAL BURNS. or reJection\of the said surv ; oe' named defendant resides out of the State of she .'c iirnen' d'using .yotir S paril1a and .

t By JAS. S. JONES, Agent. .set for ,hearing at 'said place, at 10 o'clock,:A., Florida, and beyond: Jurisdiction ''of this 'h imme lf began'to regain her strength, ATTORNEY AND ,.COUNSELLOR'AT: 't
. Alligator, Feb. 26th, 1848. 3m M.of said day; ,and 'it is,further ordered, thatat Court, tIT \ "her t mpla nts"left hery:and after taking several :J tk801&fnll i 'F1 iz;

the same time and place, there shallbe: 'a: is THEREFORE_ motion of ''James T.Mag-; .' bottles. she isrestored., 'Being'a singular 'WILL attend to any business'entrUst cl .

'. -, Executor's Notice. hearing upon the application of the United beet, Solicitor for--saidi"comp1AlnAnt\OBDt,' 'case I thought'it might do'good:to publish it- hands in any of the Courts in the, .Eas1en1o ,

". t-mO.JLLL Creditors, Legatees and persons States for a final order:for the" conveyance of :that the said James:R.Parish'be" requested'to She used a number''of remedies thai done her ." irotFknidL '*, ._* '. .. -._-
'"1 '. .' entitled to distribution or having claims, ,the;premises described.in their petition fbr the appear and answer the complainants Bill, of, no good previously.YourSjrcspect'fully, 4
a. grns.tho Estate of Jacob,Sumerlin, late'of purposes therein mentioned 'and set.tort.b and complaint-herein filed"within:foukmonths'or"a1Vweeepeoconfess 1 JpHJilMULLEN,87Norfelk-8t U' F'ElrlJXcLt VIN: O'ST.ON'f1

) :1 Colu.mlia county, deceased-Notice is, hereby for.such'other and:further(orders and proceed. ? will be.taken'hgainat him:: ." ,ATTORNEYWiupractice- .. -. .4tLLW. r" 1'il "
j given, {hat letters testamentary onthe, Estate 'ings,as the nature of the" case'may--render/ .ttttAwrf-W:IS rURTHER.OSDEREDy.Thftt"a!COpV Of, "TO iTHEiJ DmS. f J. k8 I tllff.t

!d1 of.the said._deceased, were granted on the .cessary. Audit is>further ordered,That a'COpy < this Order dttly;icertified!'by the:Clerk:of-.this' : ; 'jti.X'iir4I )j! iJq.lfE. 1. : -.u ; ,all=the Courts"f of iheCircuit. $

!rfLI 18th day January, 1848, by the Judge of Pro- of this order be published in the(Jacksonville Court, bepublishedIiioi me 'printed! 1.r-DR. ifbVSAB3AARitJ4A is a sovereignand ..' in i
-.bateiorsaidcounty Columbia, State of Fla, ) "N,! until the" day appointed for the. : :;wlthl1 the r&S tate?01 flOrida oiide ia week'consecutively : speedy Avwn cure for incipient consumption"and"fdr ___ r *

I. laRd that all claims and demands will- Debarred said heaninTHODOUGLAS .,. for four months. : $ .'j 4'i I the generalJ prostration Jbf the system-no AUGUSTUS. C. 'GILLETT
: -. at the end .of two. years from the day of Judgeofthe : : r. rt"'GgO'W11mCRAJ'udge i ".r I matter 'wJ tli i;t1i "SuWot1nh Tuailf' cause J"
:. jgi anting said letters Testamentary,unleq filedBudinaae Eastern Circuit of the State of Fl rida. : --South r(cr it,1P'1. r bu&i4u d br it1ri1ln S or'la AToBNSjAND., ATi.tt
Deeds.of the State.Jnectleut
.,_ ( to appear within that time; which March 11th, 1849. ; t"-ilfiam WvRoAts/Clerkdf \lo' iii. {\llN C !.I1'ti"w.1* DM l ? .t'LTl .i' 'Commissioner of
H Mel
;* "\ i jiill"persons concerned!twill take notice.. All Ad.mlnltrat r's'Notlce. JA.T'nilIQl hereby certify the abov'e1 ,t ') a true copy- ran .c.It thiiiW i1 be more s urprising:than'its in-' ,within and for the State,ot

I_ '% .elilajs and demands against.the said estate,.can. itbitPr b\...C iutQt fDuval Order duly made and entered'bf-'re Wrd in, lMrating effects on the bu'tr'e .: 'J", i..utl. ., -} '. 1f 'J.tC.lOJtVILL :

*"'. lJw; rendered to Thomas D..Dexter. at the Lower' ._ i be held-on.the firstMondayi4pDeit : the abaT6'J 1cttlea; uartliei th-'dat' r. s' l1 QO fa :mt. *d*'lft *-.kingW f, :. CHA L'ES' :p r'CaOPERNEY
I; % (.Hirieral'" Springs in said county : I Iwifl t pp11 i9.t d COUrtfr -December, DJr184'7Jttl f ?1nf'xS AJ'l.iJJ 4 !-t'du tZ'robastand; full'of energy tinder: : 't.-U1,

,, ._1 i ;./.. ., ., THOMAS D. DEXTER, :' leaytp el1ace female.. (slave'named Jane,1thej : IN WITNESS WflERbveb&IT ts ifhit e.1I I' ii ieaiit 1 n t :..t e: ANDCOVSELl.O1LicWilLjraeti of wM
M;;;: : JOHN A. SUMERLIN : : fI ';fl Ui G'l1D 1 1d'1d J e in the several Courts
/u> : > nlt"oreESt. e of priscilla.Mattair < 1 'pllftf 'e, nerelessuess' of the female frame/which Is.the I
\v -: ROBERT W.'B1WO.i S. deceased, forthe; benefit of Ihe heirs and creditors "; .' thetebein "Sio'J'Of. m h .It' $)0,. .'uarRUl1' .tf 'f.t. (, la-.ii., '. .1., !, :tern'Circuit Florida ja -, j. If-

.* -."** ,; -Executors' orttie said-Estate. of said Cea': -ISAAa'17ARN"J' *' 'rtH.d'J; .E-l1tl:da1 lD' ber k.IXf1N1 i "g" Itw n' \'Jct d'of tilnjcases of soaeHca : .'foJactsonTiU.J LP..Noy,26. 18-7..4'

; Alligator, February 5th, 1848. 2m ,: ,--" ,.*"1Adrnrnistratorwith the: will'annexed. r.. : b1.1WBOBAfrrS aerk. } I r March lr"'l848.'t: 'tIJ cet11 .24J .841h1 :n n1v JJ'JI'U'oY J. t 1 crc : r xthiittd'thAt t
4; -- NOTICE.. i : V.. '-"It."t ,. 'j r ei1 b T.1
I 1 t us.30tlnD >AND
hundrediocases have bee rM to
$1 ':SIX.MONTHS after date,'I shall present my: -Eeuio'r'woti4j.; .' I"dnvfJ i 'tt '.'N TjjE" !.t'if!t' r 1' : .iTowfe5ir.J {Mjrwife tel Wng grealTyilisJAji. ::, :J. :i!Jt ti : Lit.--iJrI'f" ".-' <
:; : nts and vouchers Ex cutrirofthe! lOV'TJi indebted to Ihe .ifl
t persons Estate-bf FreH- .ony-oRDER-Ot.t ( -rpr01) t !imJ:2ii.2r i3t 5iZKn; i d jnthiseverajDouri .
rn-uJ.1 dgntid ; "Y i.rpn .
l1; : o'f.Henry. Barnanl, Jr. late'Qf Duval / 'iuce, aeceasea,' AC1UStedrtbmake : D 1m. t i1l1te\ ) i bi5ineAt .
td .o1' di1rlth othCx4IffiItrid : !
Eastern of .
# !1"deceased to th?'Hon.Judgejbf: Probatestud'couniy : immediate paymeni lhesubgaHber I raf\1f( -' rurw r : BiitF itf1ii1TitbY Circuit .Flprida; st45a.
Hori .i h
iQt" 'for'a'final'settlement'of-said' t dieietoo :t :h s. n1. l prompt
: : and all \, n
4* peison8demands ; credHorsrorlegateesihavine.jacncK tt1Uf\ d'air tM" t 1l 14llwln 'two li rcfiJe1r .egm.fr ':a1 .
: -*$ andvh4ll'atjthe; .:same'tune.apply fori i agditist Estate'the'd 1 for suchtcuee' ;. JOSEPH JV;: FTP \ "

744 4tci$'ofDisrnissiOn.' j ** as Execumx/of* :notified ttO;present th m'!Wldi t1ttdeJat/other.1 tr.4'lf_ A1 f .p i'r' ) rWiJ V'!". A hearing. it'recommended.ftJe"bfy 1Ui aslbavq B I Jo Him at bishM hhDsellatPlU !
i t r 8ted'.J i&id Estit'a" "Wln*.' their e1a1rDstandcfem' ..Jhigfl.cflei j -ucavry<\*pWo'tiWn .i
1 Dr ;'. L' ; 'J' 1 **' ao AU W UttTTvl .. {U }w :rtitm 1nr." 'SarsaparttlniaijdjfpilJoweA' &;OENEBAIiiJoomns (Mt
l T.&t-'thr :Xptr 1 Of tw6 ,&r8 from IheMitte t'1Lfl'.1Il.JJJ..A; Twj yoj
SEh03t ;-&b8Iie
Tn short neriod it removed her 1111.
NR1ETT'A.t'BA.N.'ARD. 'Eitreitn, hereor. .isUJP FRABERy Eiectitdr.U .Ww cdd4iF: (-,. 1.iI' 'JIhfBww r ,ftYft me.' t & tbhi Jt'e4fttt B omw inJS11i'l.XlPi t.w tl a.tth Jlt$1 If .'I!"t w 1j
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